For the first one, I would write the result as:
The second integral is an elliptic integral. Are you sure it is copied correctly?
edit: a point that might coist you marks on an exam...you are omitting the differentials from your integrals.
hi guys Good day, please help me to solve my problem. This will be my reviewer in my prelims. i have an answer in antiderivatives but I am not sure. In substitution , I am having a hard time in solving that one problem. PLease show me your solution. thanks
ANTIDERIVATIVES
SUBSTITUTION
For the first one, I would write the result as:
The second integral is an elliptic integral. Are you sure it is copied correctly?
edit: a point that might coist you marks on an exam...you are omitting the differentials from your integrals.