How can I integrate x/(sqrrt(1-9x^2)? Thanks
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Originally Posted by dangerous_dave How can I integrate x/(sqrrt(1-9x^2)? Thanks You can do this two ways the first is this...recognize that where the answer becoems apparent The other way is u-sub Let
Looking at your integral:
Originally Posted by o_O Looking at your integral: Ahh dear o_O whats the score again?
Haha uh ... let's call it a tie
Originally Posted by o_O Haha uh ... let's call it a tie Sounds great to me...you are my team leader after all ...::quivers in fear::
Originally Posted by dangerous_dave How can I integrate x/(sqrrt(1-9x^2)? Thanks To integrate , you would need to make a u-substitution: . As a result, . Let's substitute all this stuff into the integral now: now becomes . Integrate: . Substitute u back in and we have: Hope that helped you out!!!
That does help heaps, thanks
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