Should I begin by splitting up the numerator? Multiplying by the conjugate? I've tried those two and some others to no avail. THanks
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Originally Posted by silencecloak Should I begin by splitting up the numerator? Multiplying by the conjugate? I've tried those two and some others to no avail. THanks Put Now Hence integration becomes Now go ahead and ask incase of trouble
Interesting...makes sense...I wish I could see this kind of stuff as I'm working the problems Edit: now thats not becoming a trig substitution is it?
Originally Posted by silencecloak Interesting...makes sense...I wish I could see this kind of stuff as I'm working the problems Edit: now thats not becoming a trig substitution is it? First of all Congrats on Becoming a Senior Member and on your 100 posts Yes its trignometric substitution
Originally Posted by ADARSH First of all Congrats on Becoming a Senior Member and on your 100 posts Yes its trignometric substitution Thanks haha Is there another way to do this problem without trig sub? The chapter this homework is for has not covered that topic yet.
Originally Posted by silencecloak Thanks haha Is there another way to do this problem without trig sub? The chapter this homework is for has not covered that topic yet. On a second thought, its something similar to your last question
Last edited by ADARSH; February 24th 2009 at 01:43 AM. Reason: ,...
Originally Posted by ADARSH On a second thought, its something similar to your last question By last question, do you mean this post? http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...ig-powers.html
Yes If you do it that way , you should to do this one as well Reason: You did some similar substitution there
Originally Posted by ADARSH Yes If you do it that way , you should to do this one as well Reason: You did some similar substitution there Ok, I will go back and look at this problem with that technique in mind, darn algebra
Is this the right way? Edit: It's the right way, thanks for the help
Last edited by silencecloak; February 24th 2009 at 02:57 PM.
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