where

I can't solve the last integral, and the answer I get from Mathematica does not work for these limits. So I suspect the above isn't correct.

EDIT: Here's another tricky improper integral:

where

EDIT: And another one:

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- August 13th 2008, 02:08 PMSpec[SOLVED] Another improper integral
where

I can't solve the last integral, and the answer I get from Mathematica does not work for these limits. So I suspect the above isn't correct.

EDIT: Here's another tricky improper integral:

where

EDIT: And another one:

- August 13th 2008, 02:16 PMgalactus
Are you sure that isn't dydx instead of dxdy?. The way it is you have a dependent limit.

- August 14th 2008, 05:08 AMshawsend
Hey Spec. This is what I get with Mathematica 6: What's wrong with it?

Also, if you want to cut-and-paste Mathematica as latex code, select the code in Mathmatica, then choose Edit/Copy as/Latex (with some minor limitations). For example, I didn't type in any of that code above although I did have to re-format it slightly because of some limitations on latex length in here. - August 14th 2008, 03:49 PMSpec
The integral (and answer) looks way too complicated, and we're supposed to be able to solve all these problems without using any tools.

- August 14th 2008, 04:50 PMNonCommAlg
- August 15th 2008, 06:26 AMSpec