Hello guys! How can i solve this integral: $\displaystyle \int \sqrt[]{sinx}dx$
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Originally Posted by Chipset3600 Hello guys! How can i solve this integral: $\displaystyle \int \sqrt[]{sinx}dx$ this integral does not have an elementary, closed-form antiderivative. integral of sqrt(sin(x)) - Wolfram|Alpha
So dont have solution?
Originally Posted by Chipset3600 So dont have solution? did you go to the link? do you know what an elliptical integral is? in what context is this integral involved? is there more to this question that you haven't mentioned?
Thanks dude, now i allready understood
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