So I've been trying to figure out the best way to approach this problem, but so far no luck. I'm thinking this has something to do with inverse sin, but I am not sure what to substitute... Help please?
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if then giving then try parts.
Originally Posted by shaunthepanda So I've been trying to figure out the best way to approach this problem, but so far no luck. I'm thinking this has something to do with inverse sin, but I am not sure what to substitute... Help please? Integration by parts
Ok so if u=ln(x) then dv should equal x/sqrt(x^2-1) but if that is the case then how do I integrate x/sqrt(x^2-1)?
Originally Posted by shaunthepanda Ok so if u=ln(x) then dv should equal x/sqrt(x^2-1) but if that is the case then how do I integrate x/sqrt(x^2-1)?
Originally Posted by shaunthepanda Ok so if u=ln(x) then dv should equal x/sqrt(x^2-1) but if that is the case then how do I integrate x/sqrt(x^2-1)? Here is what I was thinking.
Originally Posted by dwsmith Here is what I was thinking. You seem to have neglected the first "x" in the integral:
Shouldn't it be and ?
Originally Posted by Prove It Shouldn't it be and ? Originally Posted by HallsofIvy You seem to have neglected the first "x" in the integral: Try my integration and with the x. They should yield the same results.
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