is a function of x, not .
Ok, could someone please explain this to me, for I have tried to find it on the internet but everywhere (especially the wikipedia) article is written from an analysis point of view. Functionally I would like to know how it works.
I know that
If
That by Lebniz
So now here is where I am in the dark, does this imply that lets say we integrate the right hand side and get
(obviously there will be no more x's)[/tex]
Then we have that
So
Like
Please if anyone could enlighten me, I have been curious about this method for a while and cannot seem to find a comprehensible source. So if somone could explain it that would be great.
Mathstud
Of course...I am asking about the method of integrating definite integrals.
So say you have an an integral and you set it up so it looks like this
where theta is a fixed constant
I believe that
So now if we inegrated the right side we would get a function of theta
So lets call that function
So now we have that
But since was our original quantity we wanted to find
I suppose (and this is where I am unsure)
That you then compute
Because
If so, where does the constant of integration go?