You could expand your integrand using the Binomial Series...Hi all,
I was wondering if anybody could really quickly help me with the integration of the function attached to this post (a complex binomial). The variables Γ0i, Ni,and Mi are all unknown constants (for the specific condition being examined at each time of interest), so the function is only assumed to vary with Y for this integration, however, I want to derive a solution that will allow different values of Ni and Mi to be substituted in for different scenarios later. I've tried using integration by parts and substitution so far, and I think I'm making a few rookie errors, so would anybody be able to quickly derive a solution for this?
Thanks and Best Regards,
Ian (Aerospace Engineer)