1/sq root of (5-x^2) and how do you get there??

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- July 15th 2012, 09:10 AMsluggerbrothwhat is this anti derivative ?
1/sq root of (5-x^2) and how do you get there??

- July 15th 2012, 10:09 AMtom@ballooncalculusRe: what is this anti derivative ?
integrate 1/sqrt(5 - x^2) - Wolfram|Alpha ... click on 'show steps'.

Just in case a picture helps...

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... where (key in spoiler) ...

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Balloon Calculus Drawing with LaTeX and Asymptote! - July 15th 2012, 10:34 AMsluggerbrothRe: what is this anti derivative ?
Mostly I wanted to see how you move from sq root of (5-x^2) to (1-x^2) in denominator. please show u=x/2 substitution and the algebra to get there????

- July 15th 2012, 10:50 AMtom@ballooncalculusRe: what is this anti derivative ?
Well I showed you the very first step. The next is to bring the 5 outside of the square root...

Then bring the fifth inside of the square, with x, and bring the 5 in the denominator into its own fraction...

Now, you can substitute sin theta for x over root 5, which is what I've done.

Or you could sub root 5 sin theta for x. - July 15th 2012, 01:51 PMskeeterRe: what is this anti derivative ?
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