I seem to be getting worse and worse at integrating haha.. I can get this in a form that looks simple but for the life of me cannot seem to get past it!!
where k does not equal zero
let therefore
so it becomes
for some reason I cannot get past here.. Very frustrating!!
Thanks in advance,
Okay, I got one here that I thought I'd done right but it doesn't match the answer:
so I let
therefore
subbed it in:
used identity to re-arrange:
evaluated:
re arranged the substitution I made earlier for
subbed u back in yielded
which cancelled to give
however the answer I'm given is:
Hopefully someone can spot what I've done wrong. Thanks!
You should ask new question in a new thread.
I think you've made the same mistake (missing the 2) as you did here: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...integrals.html
Use the same approach.