I am stuck on 2 integral by parts problems.
1) . I've been trying with both , etc. and , etc. but didn't get far.
2) . I obviously took and and I've been up to . And stuck there.
a similar problem is done here. i am sure you can find this exact problem lying around the forum somewhere
there is also a solution using complex numbers if you are interested. it was posted by Kriz, i am sure i can find it if need be
Thanks a lot for the link! It's almost the same problem, I'll check it out more in details. Anyway, it wasn't a so easy one.a similar problem is done here. i am sure you can find this exact problem lying around the forum somewhere
there is also a solution using complex numbers if you are interested. it was posted by Kriz, i am sure i can find it if need be
And I'll appreciate if you don't mind to spend some few time to find what did Krizalid.
And for : You're right, it's quite likely not the best way to solve it, but unfortunately the problem states I have to do it with integration by parts. I'll try it harder .
if you have to do it by parts, then the post i was talking about wont help. by parts wasn't used at all. it was a bit of complex analysis
well, that's a pain in the patooti! (can i say patooti?) i guess i'll think about it a little laterYou're right, it's quite likely not the best way to solve it, but unfortunately the problem states I have to do it with integration by parts. I'll try it harder .
From what I've seen in the post, Integration by parts was used, but not exclusively. Hmm, it means the problem would get much harder if we restrain us to use only int. by parts. Maybe I should give up after thinking a bit more and after having read the whole post in your link.if you have to do it by parts, then the post i was talking about wont help. by parts wasn't used at all. it was a bit of complex analysis