It is given that . Find the values of the constants and . How would you solve this?
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Let Use integration by parts twice. For the first round, use: and To get: Use integrationg by parts again on the blue using: and To get: You should notice that you get on the right hand side again. So juse use a little bit of algebra to solve for :
Hello, Haris! It is given that: . Find the values of the constants and Obviously, we do the integration first . . . . . .. This takes more work than I want to show here Evaluate: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Therefore: .
but so, Now take the imaginary part of the result: Is this method correct?
Last edited by Haris; Jan 28th 2009 at 07:00 AM.
Yes, that's another way of doing it. When (in particular) studying the improper integral its calculation is very easy by using that method.
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