[(x^2)/(squareroot2x - x^2) ]dx
do I do u-substitution?
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You could let
Make the subs and get:
Now, we can let
Make the subs and it whittles down to:
That gives us:
Resub for and get:
Last edited by galactus; Jun 6th 2008 at 06:12 PM.
Reason: Soory, didn't notice the square root.
Originally Posted by khuezy [(x^2)/(squareroot2x - x^2) ]dx
do I do u-substitution? Ok
Completing the square we get
Can you go from there?
I got the integral of (sin(t) +1)^2
then that becomes sin^2(t) + 2sin(t) + 1
the integral of sin^2(t)
how do I make that in terms of 't'?
How did you get to there?
how does sin^2(t) go to 1/2sintcost?
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