that would work, you would get
Could someone please tell me how I would solve the integral 1 to infinity x/sq.1+x^6?
I did separation by parts?
Would this work?
Thank you very much
As I stated previously, the solution is 0.9473799840.
Of course, I arrived at this via Maple 10.
Here's a graph using Simpson's rule and 100 partitions. I couldn't use 1 to infinity, so I just used 1 to 100. The graph gets infinitely close to the x-axis, so it's not that bad of an estimate