PS. How do you get the brackets to enclose the entire expression?
Last edited by polymerase; January 21st 2008 at 07:34 PM.
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Originally Posted by polymerase PS. How do you get the brackets to enclose the entire expression? well, i can answer that part type "\left(" and "\right)"
Originally Posted by polymerase I was tryin' to find a nice way to tackle this but I couldn't. Looks like it's pretty straightforward. Integrate by parts: & so The rest follows.
Originally Posted by Krizalid Integrate by parts: that's what i thought...but i was too lazy to check...
Originally Posted by Krizalid I was tryin' to find a nice way to tackle this but I couldn't. I know you dont like this, but you could use the substitution then use by parts on
Anyway you can't get rid of integration by parts.
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