Hello!

I have attached a document, which contains two functions, which i ain't able to integrate myself. Please explain me how to do this.

-Søren

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- Jul 15th 2010, 08:27 AMrousfvHow to integrate these? :(
Hello!

I have attached a document, which contains two functions, which i ain't able to integrate myself. Please explain me how to do this.

-Søren - Jul 15th 2010, 01:50 PMtonio
- Jul 24th 2010, 07:31 AMrousfv
Nevermind. I discovered that the proportion between the integrals was y=0,25*x^-1 - Two very complex integrals turned into a very easy thing.

EDIT: What kind of file should I be using? and Do you know a program which is always able to show the integral as a function? - unlike Ti-interactiv. - Jul 24th 2010, 07:53 AMyeKciM
$\displaystyle \int dx$

double left mouse on the formula to see how to write it ...

here's link where u have many commands ...

LaTeX:Commands - AoPSWiki - Jul 24th 2010, 08:04 AMFailure
I suppose that a PDF would be much less dangerous to open. If you are running Windows you can convert your Word document to PDF with PDFCreator (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfcreator/)

- Jul 25th 2010, 08:55 AMfobos3
Just disable script in word and you are safe or has windows gotten that insecure. Here I exported the two equations as pdf using the power of linux (Cool) Attachment 18331

The second one looks like an elliptic integral. I don't think the firs one can be solved.