hey i've got a question i'm finding really tricky. if anyone can put this in latex i'd be really thankful!

use the substitution x-p = 1/u to show the integral

dx/(x - p)sqrt[(x - p)(x - q)] equals

2/(q - p) . sqrt[(x - q)/(x - p)]

thank you!

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- Aug 19th 2009, 01:03 PMCarrieBsubstitution problem
hey i've got a question i'm finding really tricky. if anyone can put this in latex i'd be really thankful!

use the substitution x-p = 1/u to show the integral

dx/(x - p)sqrt[(x - p)(x - q)] equals

2/(q - p) . sqrt[(x - q)/(x - p)]

thank you! - Aug 19th 2009, 02:03 PMred_dog

Now replace u with . - Aug 19th 2009, 02:05 PMMauritzvdworm
do you mean you need to show the following

using the substitution ??