Hints please. I am stumped by this problem. Maybe completing the square?
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Yes, complete the square... .
Now make the substitution so that and the integral becomes .
Originally Posted by ugkwan Maybe completing the square? Yes,
Now use , etc.
Regards. Sorry Prove It, I didn't see your answer.
let 4u= x+ 1/2, so that 4du= dx and the integral becomes
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let 4u= x+ 1/2, so that 4du= dx and the integral becomes .
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