8/3 times the integral (from 0 to pi) of sin^3 theta d(theta).

Thank you very much.

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- August 1st 2007, 10:22 AMkittycatpolar integral
8/3 times the integral (from 0 to pi) of sin^3 theta d(theta).

Thank you very much. - August 1st 2007, 10:31 AMgalactus

You can use the formula to check if you wish.

Let

Resub:

or by the reduction formula:

Same thing. - August 1st 2007, 10:52 AMtukeywilliams
. Let , then or

.

What would it be from to ? . - August 1st 2007, 11:13 AMkittycat
Thank you very much again turkeywilliam. Yes, the answer is 32/9. Thanks!:)