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    can anyone help me how to solve this proble tnx.

    can anyone help me how to solve this proble tnx.-math_image.aspx.gif pls help...
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    Re: can anyone help me how to solve this proble tnx.

    Hey lance22.

    Is y a function of x? If so you can't evaluate that integral as is (you need to get an explicit function of x).
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    Re: can anyone help me how to solve this proble tnx.

    lets say y is a constant
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    Re: can anyone help me how to solve this proble tnx.

    Try making a change of variable first after expanding all constants and complete the square wherever you get an x^2 term.
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    Re: can anyone help me how to solve this proble tnx.

    tnx i appreciate so much your advice
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