does anyone now how to integrate this by partial frac? using quickmath wouldnt work
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Use the following form: . In this case its , , and . Then solve for the coefficients. So: =
is already a partial fraction. You have to integrate by parts. There is a recurrence relation between and .
thanks... hi can you show me how integrating by parts is done? just the let u's and the let v's
and you can continue from here.
i cant follow the last part
Use Then if you set will yield red_dog's formula. This reductions formulas are proved using integration by parts.
Hey Adam: Perhaps try it this way. Let Make the subs and we get: This equals: Handy reduction formula: EDIT: I'm sorry, Adam, I seen you had to use PF. Oh well, there it is anyway.
Last edited by galactus; July 29th 2007 at 09:13 AM.
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