I'm having problems figuring this out... why does INTa to b [y(x^2y')']dx = INTa to b [(yx^2y')'] - INa to b [x^2(y')^2]dx Thank you! Note: INTa to b just means "integral fom a to b"
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Originally Posted by romtik I'm having problems figuring this out... why does INTa to b [y(x^2y')']dx = INTa to b [(yx^2y')'] - INa to b [x^2(y')^2]dx Thank you! Note: INTa to b just means "integral fom a to b" does not make sense. What do the ' represent?
Originally Posted by romtik I'm having problems figuring this out... why does INTa to b [y(x^2y')']dx = INTa to b [(yx^2y')'] - INa to b [x^2(y')^2]dx Thank you! Note: INTa to b just means "integral fom a to b" I cant tell but are you trying to do a method of integration by parts where ?
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