Hi, I'm having some trouble with the following integral: Making , then And if , then So Now, for the integral of : So So So I guess integration by parts won't do it here. How can I solve it?
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convert i*e(it) to i*(cos(t) + i*sin(t) If you want to use by parts, set i*e(it)dt = du and sin(t)
Last edited by votan; October 10th 2013 at 03:01 PM.
Originally Posted by votan convert i*e(it) to i*(cos(t) + i*sin(t) If you want to use by parts, set i*e(it)dt = du and sin(t) Thanks, I'll try that. Is there other way besides by parts? Edit: Just figured it's better to express sin t as (1/2)(-ie^{it}+ie^{-it}) and the integral becomes so much easier.
Last edited by Cesc1; October 10th 2013 at 03:53 PM.
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