hey guys, im interested in another integration question using cute roots integrate: any ideas? should i make that cute root in the form first?
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Hi, Originally Posted by Title integration using cute root Cute root or cube root ? Originally Posted by jvignacio should i make that cute root in the form first? Yes, then you can try using for .
Last edited by flyingsquirrel; October 24th 2008 at 02:19 AM. Reason: du ---> dx
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel Hi, Cute root or cube root ? Yes, then you can try using for . hhaha yes sorry cube root!!! im not quite sure what you mean in that formular?
Originally Posted by jvignacio im not quite sure what you mean in that formular? One has so . It looks like with and . The only term which is missing is ... but we can make it appear. is given by so if we write we're done since we know that for .
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel One has so . It looks like with and . The only term which is missing is ... but we can make it appear. is given by so if we write we're done since we know that for . ahh yes now i understand. does the answer end up being ?
Last edited by jvignacio; October 24th 2008 at 09:50 PM.
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel I meant ... Originally Posted by jvignacio does the answer end up being ? Check it by yourself . The derivative of is and it should be . It turns out that you forgot the red thing :
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