Hi. How do you integrate this function?

where:

, and

are some constants.

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- May 17th 2010, 12:44 AMCyBeaRProblem with integration
Hi. How do you integrate this function?

where:

, and

are some constants. - May 17th 2010, 01:09 AMsimplependulum
- May 17th 2010, 01:26 AMCyBeaR
b-a>0

Thanks! - May 18th 2010, 06:34 AMCyBeaR
How do You obtain the 2nd solution?

I've tried to calculate it without any luck. I've found in "Tables of indefinite integrals." [Petit Bois G.,p.50] that the only solution for (b-a)>0 is the later one.

I'd like to understand what's behind this. - May 18th 2010, 09:20 PMsimplependulum
- May 19th 2010, 12:30 AMCyBeaR
I didn't have relation: within arm's reach and I've tried other ones.

Now, all is clear to me. Thank You very much.