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I have three in particular, two of which I can't seem to get anywhere and another which I think I may have domain issues.
-Just for reference, I can only solve these using u-substitution or through anti-derivatives that we've memorized. (i.e. sinx'=cosx, x^n'=n-1x^n-1, etc.)
1.)
I've tried u-substitution for this one but when finding du/dx nothing seems to replace every t variable to simplify into something that's easy to integrate. I've tried rewriting but rewriting it makes it even more complicated. (I've tried rewriting tan(t) into sin(t)/cos(t), I've tried to split up the problem, but no avail, nothing seems to work) A few tips on how to start would greatly help!!
2.)
On this one, I've tried u-substitution with the denominator & numerator portion of the function:
u=1+e^2x
du/dx=e^2x * 2
1/2du=e^2x dx
or
u=e^x
du=e^x dx
Neither one replaces every x variable in the original function so I'm stuck there.
3.)
This last one I was able to integrate but once I start evaluating for the x intervals it asks for I get a domain issue. After integrating and using u-substitution I get
F(x) = 1/2 ln (x^2 - 4) from x-values 10 and 1.
When plugging in 10 I get a positive value which is solvable; however, when plugging in 1 I get a negative value which isn't defined at ln(x).
Nevermind, solved this one
-All the help and assistance will be greatly appreciated!!!
Thank you, I kinda of find it odd that our would teacher would assign that problem considering we haven't covered the material necessary to solve it, but then again, we had a similar issue with a different problem that could not be solved with standard functions, and she let us omit it . I'll just bring it to her attention tomorrow in class.