Let . Show that if .

I'm guessing that you have to reverse the order of integration in order to make the integrals easier to evaluate, but it still seems quite tricky. Any ideas?

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- Mar 6th 2009, 01:04 PMAmanda1990[SOLVED] Tricks to evaluate this integral?
Let . Show that if .

I'm guessing that you have to reverse the order of integration in order to make the integrals easier to evaluate, but it still seems quite tricky. Any ideas? - Mar 6th 2009, 02:14 PMKrizalid
Yes, just reverse integration order.

We need to deal with The best way on solving it, it's via complex numbers, but to do that, first put (It's just a constant, it's just to make computations easier.)

Thus the integral equals thus the remaining challenge is to compute