here is the problem
evaluate the Integral
arcsin(x)/ sqrt(1+x^2)
the limits are 0 and .5
I've used integration by part and came up with the equation of
integral = arcsin^2(x) - arctanx
then i put in the limits and got 873.44 this is when the calc is set to degrees
but i have a feeling im doing this wrong
please i need help i have a mid term later today
here is some of my work
u= arcsinx dv=1/sqrt(1+x^2)
du= 1/sqrt(1+x^2) v=arcsinx
arcsinx/ sqrt(1+x^2)= arcsinx(arcsinx)- intg (1/sqrt(1+x^2)^2
this is then simplified to
arcsinx^2-arctanx
then by plugging in .5
it becomes (pi/6)^2- arctan(.5)
which comes out to -.189