Can I simplify into so that the antiderivative will be
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Originally Posted by cammywhite Can I simplify into so that the antiderivative will be um, no. this is a substitution problem. let
Originally Posted by cammywhite Can I simplify into so that the antiderivative will be No. Use substitution. Let Therefore integral becomes:
Originally Posted by Mush No. Use substitution. Let Therefore integral becomes: so it will be
*sigh* please review your integration rules:
Originally Posted by Jhevon *sigh* please review your integration rules: I just have problem with the substituting part... Let so will equal to am i correct???
Originally Posted by cammywhite I just have problem with the substituting part... Let so will equal to am i correct??? what are you doing?! are you reading the posts made here? picking up where Mush left off: we have applying the rule i just gave you, we get now back-substitute for , we get: please re-read posts #3 and #5 carefully
Maybe some colour would help. So your integral: which is a standard one.
Originally Posted by Jhevon what are you doing?! are you reading the posts made here? picking up where Mush left off: we have applying the rule i just gave you, we get now back-substitute for , we get: please re-read posts #3 and #5 carefully So in otherwords the derivative of is
Originally Posted by cammywhite So in otherwords the derivative of is yes. by the chain rule: here u is a function of x
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