then the integral will become,
now expand and solve.
Or simply manipulate the statement
I started reviewing some of my calculus material and I found this unanswered question.
Now, Wolfram tells me to actually calculate
And I don't remember dealing with something like this before.
So, is there an easy way to solve this?
Maybe I just got a sadistic teacher hahahaha
Oh, I don't have any of that handy calculators, I usually do it all by hand.
I really hope something like this doesn't pop up in a test.
Thanks all for your replies!
I was after easier ways to do this without a calculator.
That was what I meant to say.
I know what duty a teacher has. I just think that doing binomial expansion in the midst of a test is not a good teaching method.
Sorry if you got me wrong!
Thanks all for your replies, once more.
All the best.