Hello agian. how do u do the substitution t = x ^ 1-2 for dx / 3 + square root x with upper limit as 1 and lower as 0 Thank you.
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Originally Posted by simon Hello agian. how do u do the substitution t = x ^ 1-2 for dx / 3 + square root x with upper limit as 1 and lower as 0 Thank you. Now set: Thus or For the limits on the integral: Upper limit: Lower limit: Thus: -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Now set: Thus or For the limits on the integral: Upper limit: Lower limit: Thus: -Dan Please award yourself the Math Help Forum Medal for clairvoyance, for exceptional performance in interpreting strangely/obscurely phrased questions RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack Please award yourself the Math Help Forum Medal for clairvoyance, for exceptional performance in interpreting strangely/obscurely phrased questions RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack Please award yourself the Math Help Forum Medal for clairvoyance, for exceptional performance in interpreting strangely/obscurely phrased questions RonL (Everybody: Don't tell CaptainBlack, but I knew he was going to say that! ) -Dan
CaptainBlack, CaptainBlack! Did you hear' what topsquark-the fizizist said 'bout you! Do not tell him I said that...
Originally Posted by topsquark (Everybody: Don't tell CaptainBlack, but I knew he was going to say that! ) -Dan I suppose you are now expecting to be awarded Oak Leaves to your medal. RonL (Fishing for an award of the Math Help Form Medal for obscure humour ) RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack I suppose you are now expecting to be awarded Oak Leaves to your medal. RonL (Fishing for an award of the Math Help Form Medal for obscure humour ) RonL (Snort!) I'll be more likely to get the Poison Oak Leaves Award... -Dan
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