I figure you have to break it up first:

But from here, I am somewhat stuck. Would turn into ?

If so, then I guess the next part of the question is, how do you take the anti derivative of ?

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- Jul 2nd 2008, 07:36 PMredman223[SOLVED] Trigonometric integration by substitution

I figure you have to break it up first:

But from here, I am somewhat stuck. Would turn into ?

If so, then I guess the next part of the question is, how do you take the anti derivative of ? - Jul 2nd 2008, 07:48 PMmr fantastic
- Jul 2nd 2008, 07:57 PMMsquared
- Jul 2nd 2008, 08:08 PMMathstud28
- Jul 2nd 2008, 08:08 PMredman223
Its the second one, not the first one. It is not being evaluated at x^2.

However, I am confused as to why:

I keep getting

- Jul 2nd 2008, 08:11 PMMathstud28
- Jul 2nd 2008, 08:28 PMredman223
Thanks for the help, my next question is:

? - Jul 2nd 2008, 08:32 PMMathstud28
- Jul 2nd 2008, 08:55 PMmr fantastic
- Jul 2nd 2008, 08:56 PMMathstud28
- Jul 2nd 2008, 09:06 PMmr fantastic
Getting off-topic but a legitimate response I think:

Quote:

Originally Posted by**Mathstud28;163721[snip**

Je suis désolé, mais je n'ai pas le choix

Je suis désolé, mais la vie me demande ça

By the way ...... My toes are on my feet. My feet are usually in my mouth. So watch the face, mathstud.

How's that for setting up the (obscure) double entendre for desole .....? - Jul 2nd 2008, 09:12 PMMathstud28
- Jul 2nd 2008, 09:13 PMMathstud28