2 times the integral ( from 0 to pi/2) of [ sin theta (1+cos theta)^2 -sin theta ] d(theta). Thank you very much.
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Originally Posted by kittycat 2 times the integral ( from 0 to pi/2) of [ sin theta (1+cos theta)^2 -sin theta ] d(theta). Thank you very much. This is right? The second integral is trivial. For the first integral, let So the first integral becomes: which is another trivial integral. -Dan
One approach may be to rewrite as: Makes for an easy term by term integration.
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