? with respect to x The full question is dx dy by choosing the best order of integration Limits for outside integral is and 0 Inside integral is and
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Originally Posted by adam_leeds ? with respect to x The full question is dx dy by choosing the best order of integration Limits for outside integral is and 0 Inside integral is and This integral has no closed form solution. You'll have to do it numerically. -Dan Yup. I was wrong. I didn't get back in time to edit my post. Sorry!
Last edited by topsquark; May 2nd 2011 at 09:11 AM.
Originally Posted by topsquark This integral has no closed form solution. You'll have to do it numerically. -Dan How? do you mean re-write the exponential as a ln?
I can't make out your LaTeX there. Is this your integral? In this case, reverse the order of integration, to obtain and go from there. To get the limits, draw the region in the xy plane, and figure it out.
Originally Posted by Ackbeet I can't make out your LaTeX there. Is this your integral? In this case, reverse the order of integration, to obtain and go from there. To get the limits, draw the region in the xy plane, and figure it out. Thanks yes it is. The order is not my problem its integrating that with repsect to x? You cant do it.
Originally Posted by adam_leeds Thanks yes it is. The order is not my problem its integrating that with repsect to x? You cant do it. Once you have the rest is trivial.
Originally Posted by Plato Once you have the rest is trivial. ??? We've still got to integrate with respect to x
Originally Posted by adam_leeds ??? We've still got to integrate with respect to x My bad i've been a numpty u = x^2 du = 2xdx integrate e^u du = e^u = e ^ x^ 2 put the limits in = e (ln2)^0.5 - e^0 = 1
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