The first thing that comes to mind is soQuote:

Given that where , prove that for

giving

my first thought is to use integration by part, with and

this doesn't get me very far sadly.... (Crying)

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- March 22nd 2008, 04:03 PMbobakReduction FormulaQuote:

Given that where , prove that for

giving

my first thought is to use integration by part, with and

this doesn't get me very far sadly.... (Crying) - March 22nd 2008, 05:00 PMTwistedOne151
Just do integration by parts without the substitution:

,

Thus ,

and:

and algebra can do the rest.

--Kevin C.