how to solve this?? ∫(cos4x-cos4α)/(cosx-cosα)dx. Also the limits are given to be 0 to Pi. Reply me the entire solution.. Its urgent pls
Last edited by kamaksh_ice; July 19th 2007 at 04:20 AM. Reason: Need not only the answer but also the solution
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Originally Posted by kamaksh_ice how to solve this?? ∫(cos4x-cos4α)/(cosx-cosα)dx. Also the limits are given to be 0 to Pi. Reply me the entire solution.. Its urgent pls Is this or -Dan
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Originally Posted by kamaksh_ice It is This problem boils down to a factoring problem: So So all of which are now (relatively) elementary integrals. -Dan
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