I have the following integral. So far I can work out the first and last terms to be, I did this by simplying splitting this up into 3 terms. What I am unsure about is how to integrate the
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Originally Posted by gk99 I have the following integral. So far I can work out the first and last terms to be, I did this by simplying splitting this up into 3 terms. What I am unsure about is how to integrate the 1. You don't need the integration symbol once you have integrated. 2. You're correct in your solution. Recall the property where and since , it would make sense that . Does this clarify things?
Originally Posted by gk99 I have the following integral. So far I can work out the first and last terms to be, I did this by simplying splitting this up into 3 terms. What I am unsure about is how to integrate the .
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