can anyone tell me how to intergrate this in terms of x ???
thank you!!
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can anyone tell me how to intergrate this in terms of x ???
thank you!!
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Go to Wolfram|Alpha and type in 'integrate k(k-1)(y-x)^(k-2)' and hit enter. Make sure you click 'show steps' for what should be a comprehensive explanation,