Hey, im a newbie to the site and was wondering if anyone could help with the solution to the problem below... thanks in advance! (using the substitution x = sin t)
Last edited by mr fantastic; Mar 14th 2011 at 07:53 PM. Reason: Re-titled.
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Simplify and use an identity to make the numerator easier to deal with
Thanks, e^(i*pi) for the reply! im having a lot of trouble at the minunte catching onto the calculus part of the course. Help appreciated!
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