I'm having a hard time doing this problem. (Tan^-1(x)) / 1 + x^2 I'm know i'm gonna have to use the substitution rule I designated u = arctan du = 1 / (1 + x^2) dx From here i'm fairly stuck. Any help is appreciated
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Originally Posted by JonathanEyoon I'm having a hard time doing this problem. (Tan^-1(x)) / 1 + x^2 I'm know i'm gonna have to use the substitution rule I designated u = arctan du = 1 / (1 + x^2) dx From here i'm fairly stuck. Any help is appreciated You have the derivative of the quantity therefore
Originally Posted by JonathanEyoon I'm having a hard time doing this problem. (Tan^-1(x)) / 1 + x^2 I'm know i'm gonna have to use the substitution rule I designated u = arctan du = 1 / (1 + x^2) dx From here i'm fairly stuck. Any help is appreciated O and if you do it your way...so if you set it up and remember
Hello, You're right for the beginning ! Then
??? You're stuck? You just substitute it in ... Looking at your integral:
Originally Posted by Moo Hello, You're right for the beginning ! Then Originally Posted by o_O ??? You're stuck? You just substitute it in ... Looking at your integral: Haha...too quick for you all ....just kidding
At least we explained why We already discussed about that, it's no competition
Next time stud ... Edit: omg moo beat me again.
Originally Posted by Moo At least we explained why We already discussed about that, it's no competition I explained ...I said he had 'Nuff said
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