Hi, can you think of a way to solve the following integral using substitution? Help much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by disclaimer Hi, can you think of a way to solve the following integral using substitution? Help much appreciated. i don't think substitution alone will work. we can begin with substitution. a substitution of yields which we can do by parts
Originally Posted by Jhevon i don't think substitution alone will work. we can begin with substitution. a substitution of yields which we can do by parts How did you use the substitution to get ?
Originally Posted by wingless How did you use the substitution to get ? oh, did i make a mistake? we have Let So our integral becomes
Ah, OK, my bad.. I saw the integral wrong..
Originally Posted by disclaimer Start by integrating by parts: Now can be evaluated as follows: The full answer is
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