if Bernstein polynomials defined by how I can integrate it this is my work since the summation is the Taylor series of my work is correct but I think I can't reach the true answer if I continue the answer is Thanks very much .
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Why is there an in what you say is the answer? Certainly the answer is not independent of the bounds . Perhaps that is the indefinite integral?
Originally Posted by Bruno J. Why is there an in what you say is the answer? Certainly the answer is not independent of the bounds . Perhaps that is the indefinite integral? I see ok consider it was indefinite how I can get this from this I need just to know how to integrate
Have you tried induction on ? It might very well work with the right argument. For instance you have Induction and integration by parts might work from there...
Originally Posted by Bruno J. Have you tried induction on ? It might very well work with the right argument. For instance you have Induction and integration by parts might work from there... you mean to begin with I walk in the right direction right
any hints to integrate Thanks
integration by parts Sub therefore , the integral =
Originally Posted by simplependulum integration by parts Sub therefore , the integral = Thanks (very)x(10^infinity) much
Originally Posted by Amer Thanks (very)x(10^infinity) much What is the sign of infinity ? is it negative
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