Okay I have: I know I should break up but I am not sure what to do for the trig substitutions. Thanks, Matt
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Originally Posted by matt3D Okay I have: I know I should break up but I am not sure what to do for the trig substitutions. Thanks, Matt You're correct, you first need to split off a factor of Now note that So we now see that Now it should be clear what the proper substitution should be. I hope this makes sense! --Chris
Last edited by Chris L T521; Sep 9th 2008 at 09:42 PM.
Thanks Chris! I forgot to mention that it had limits from to after I did u substitution I got
Originally Posted by matt3D Okay I have: I know I should break up but I am not sure what to do for the trig substitutions. Thanks, Matt RonL
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