Next, we let
It is that last step there, recognizing that we've arrived back at I, that is the crucial one. You now have an equation for I. Solve for it.
Hey guys, I need some help with this problem:
[tex]\int e^-^s^t cost dt lower limit is 0 and the upper limit is \infty [\math]
The problem I am running into is when I use integration by parts. I let u = cost and dv = [tex] e^-^s^[\math]
I am somehow getting stuck with an infinite integration by parts problem. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! Thank you!
Sorry, for some reason the latex is not working the way I want it to.......