Find an antiderivative of Now I know it has something to do with arcsin, but I'm not exactly sure what i can do to clean up that numerator...
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Originally Posted by scorpion007 Find an antiderivative of Now I know it has something to do with arcsin, but I'm not exactly sure what i can do to clean up that numerator... Note that: . So if we rewrite the problem as find the antiderivative of: as the first term on the right is a standard integral, and the second is times what we had earlier you should be able to complete this from here. RonL
is this correct?
Originally Posted by scorpion007 is this correct? Looks OK to me. Checking by differentiation is shown in the attachment. RonL
Hello, scorpion007! This is the Captain's solution . . . in baby-talk. We have: . . . . . . The first integral is of the form. For the second integral, let
thanks, i understand perfectly.
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