How do I find integrals like this?
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If you mean what is the definition of this kind of improper integral: is continuous in , as a consequence integrable in ) . Besides, so (by definition).
Originally Posted by AgentSmith How do I find integrals like this? Are you asked to solve this integral?
Originally Posted by sbhatnagar Are you asked to solve this integral? yes
Some time ago I 'discovered' the general formula... (1) ... and if we take into account that... (2) ... we obtain... Kind regards
Here's what I did... 1. 2. Using the property , I got
Originally Posted by chisigma Some time ago I 'discovered' the general formula... (1) ... and if we take into account that... (2) ... we obtain... ... of course it is not a difficult task to extend the concept arriving, starting from (1), to the more general formula... ... where is the 'Riemann Zeta Function'... Kind regards
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