Im a little confused on evaluating an improper integral from negative infinity to infinity.
If I know that converges to A, how do I show that the Cauchy Principle value, ??
I know
How does this imply that the CPV is A???
Im a little confused on evaluating an improper integral from negative infinity to infinity.
If I know that converges to A, how do I show that the Cauchy Principle value, ??
I know
How does this imply that the CPV is A???
This doesn't make sense to me, if you know that your first integral converges then by definition your last two integrals must exist and be finite.