please give the solution integrate sin3x/cos3x+sin3x from -pi by two to +
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Originally Posted by sareeta please give the solution integrate sin3x/cos3x+sin3x from -pi by two to + Rewrite this as we must have the derivative of the quantity out side before we can do anythign so we have then by standard integration techniques we get now just evaluate this from -pi/2 to pi/2
Originally Posted by sareeta please give the solution integrate sin3x/cos3x+sin3x from -pi by two to + First I need to give thanks to the inte-killer for this trick making a u sub on gives this as an antiderivative I'm not sure what you mean by your limits of integration. Good luck.
Last edited by TheEmptySet; April 30th 2008 at 08:36 AM. Reason: Bad u sub thankss moo :)
Originally Posted by sareeta please give the solution integrate sin3x/cos3x+sin3x from -pi by two to + There is a slicker solution since its a definite integral Let So we want Lets u-sub and break the integral into two pieces, and Clearly So
Hello, Originally Posted by TheEmptySet First I need to give thanks to the inte-killer for this trick making a u sub on gives this as an antiderivative I'm not sure what you mean by your limits of integration. Good luck. There's a 3 missing (red)
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