i know this is integration by parts but not sure how to actually do it..
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Originally Posted by b00yeah05 i know this is integration by parts but not sure how to actually do it.. Why do you want to use integration by parts? I'll leave the rest for you!
where did you get the 5 from??????
Originally Posted by b00yeah05 where did you get the 5 from?????? Sorry - it's too early in the morning here. Instead of 5 write 3. You should have then:
sorry..would you mind explaining how you got that?? im assuming you did... 2 . x . sqrt(x) = 2 . sqrt(x^2) then 2 . (x^2)^1/2 correct?
Originally Posted by b00yeah05 sorry..would you mind explaining how you got that?? im assuming you did... 2 . x . sqrt(x) = 2 . sqrt(x^2) then 2 . (x^2)^1/2 correct? no. is not (how did you get that??)
Originally Posted by b00yeah05 sorry..would you mind explaining how you got that?? im assuming you did... 2 . x . sqrt(x) = 2 . sqrt(x^2) then 2 . (x^2)^1/2 correct? Not quite: Therefore
i see so...the x at the front becomes x^1 = x . x^1/2 therefore......x^1+1/2 = x^3/2
Originally Posted by b00yeah05 i see so...the x at the front becomes x^1 = x . x^1/2 therefore......x^(1+1/2) = x^3/2 Good job - and much easier than the calculations I did. But: Use parantheses!
Originally Posted by Krizalid I think this topic it's pretty useless having this one which is also solved. indeed!
Originally Posted by Krizalid I think this topic it's pretty useless having this one which is also solved. And, in a broader context, there's this one, where the elephant in the room actually gets pointed out.
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