Please help me to sole the following..
Thank you very much..
Last edited by kjchauhan; Aug 18th 2013 at 08:51 AM.
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The first thing you should do is use properties of logarithms to write the integrand as . then change to polar coordinates so that and . The integral become . Can you do that?
Thank you very much.
I got the answer
Is it correct?
What are your bounds? Or what is your region you're integrating over?
ProveIt: The final integral has both x and y in it, as well as two "constants of integration" so there are no bounds- this is an "indefinite integral".
kjchauhan, I have not calculated it myself but that looks good.
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