I'm just not sure how to go about solving this: In= ∫(x^n).(1-x)^(3/2)dx The integral has limits from 1 -> 0 And I need to show : In = (2n/2n+5) I(n-1) Thanks in advance for any help
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Originally Posted by Mrhappysmile I'm just not sure how to go about solving this: In= ∫(x^n).(1-x)^(3/2)dx The integral has limits from 1 -> 0 And I need to show : In = (2n/2n+5) I(n-1) Integrate by parts, using the fact that . Then
Originally Posted by Opalg Integrate by parts, using the fact that . Then Of course! I'd done exactly what you'd done but I didn't seen the simple bit i.e. dividing through by to give the answer.
Thanks