Hi! Can someone integrate the following step by step? Thank you. =] 1/[x(L-x)]dx or simply 1/(xL-x^2)dx where L is a constant.
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Originally Posted by feiyingx Hi! Can someone integrate the following step by step? Thank you. =] 1/[x(L-x)]dx or simply 1/(xL-x^2)dx where L is a constant. Use partial fractions: RonL
Thanks xD.
If then it is a CaptainBlank said. If then,
Thanks for the help. =]
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