I need to solve the following question:
Any help/solution will be much appreciated.
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Here's what Maple gave me:
I think this is not a solvable integral.
It does not have a nice indefinte form. If it had limits of integration, perhaps Kriz or someone could have a clever way to do it?. Here's the graph. At first glance, one would think it'd be easy.
Last edited by galactus; November 24th 2008 at 06:38 AM.
Ok, if it's unsolvable indefinitely, can we do it in the range to ?
Some clever trick?
Originally Posted by superphysics Ok, if it's unsolvable indefinitely, can we do it in the range to ?
Some clever trick? What galactus meant was something like from 0 to . You can't put this into a form with a variable.
You can put it in the form of an infinite series. (That's how the hypergeometric function is typically written.)
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