I have a difficult integral to solve. I can do it numerically, except i have two rigid constraints on the integral bounds Can someone suggest reading ares on either how to numerically solve this or analytically. thanks sam
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Originally Posted by chogo I have a difficult integral to solve. I can do it numerically, except i have two rigid constraints on the integral bounds Can someone suggest reading ares on either how to numerically solve this or analytically. thanks sam At the moment there's a third constraint making it impossible to give an answer: There's no integral ......
k={1,2,3 or 4} 0<O<N A is a constant ------- The bounds constraints for the second integral are and
Last edited by chogo; May 22nd 2008 at 06:35 AM.
is that enough information?
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