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    Lightbulb integral

    you have the integral sqrt(1+sin(x)^2) from 0 to 2π.( π=3,14...)
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    Re: integral

    Quote Originally Posted by bembas View Post
    you have the integral sqrt(1+sin(x)^2) from 0 to 2π.( π=3,14...)
    The answer appears to be in the form of a Complete Elliptic integral of the second kind. Are you sure you have the right formula?
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