Hi i'm in a bit of a hurry, any help would be great please see the attachment.
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Originally Posted by mbbx5va2 Hi i'm in a bit of a hurry, any help would be great please see the attachment. Question is: Use to get then our denominator becomes: We can also use our substitution to change the limits: Not sure where the 1 came from but that integral can be solved using integration by parts
Maybe you should work a bit: That seem an arcsin, then: can you see the substitute?
put and your integral becomes
Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) Question is: Use to get then our denominator becomes: We can also use our substitution to change the limits: Not sure where the 1 came from but that integral can be solved using integration by parts This looks fishy... . If you use , then which will give you and that's agrees with another imposter's post.
Last edited by matheagle; May 20th 2009 at 12:07 AM.
Originally Posted by matheagle This looks fishy... . If you use , then which will give you and that's agrees with another imposter's post. -facepalm- how did I not see that? Thanks for pointing that out
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