Here she is. Thanks.
Last edited by Gotovina7; April 16th 2008 at 07:15 PM.
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Originally Posted by Gotovina7 Here it is. Thanks. Using power series rewrite it as then rewrite it as integrating we get or you could just use parts whichever way your teacher wants
Originally Posted by Gotovina7 Here it is. Thanks. Make the obvious substitution . Then the integral becomes . Now use integration by parts.
Ooh, I got it now! Thanks guys!
How would I do this one? Thanks
Originally Posted by Gotovina7 How would I do this one? Thanks Next time start a new post but does this help ?
Originally Posted by Gotovina7 How would I do this one? Thanks Note: New question => New thread. Make the obvious substitution . Then the integral becomes (after a little bit of algebra): . Now use partial fractions etc.
Ooh, I see it now. Thanks guys. Sorry about the post.
Originally Posted by Gotovina7 Need help with another one, scroll down please do not delete your question
Originally Posted by Jhevon please do not delete your question Yeah sorry, its back up.
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