1) This step follows from the property of logs (exponents)

2) Extract any constants and place in front of the integral

Let , then

3)

4) U-substitution applied

5) By Formula C, and

6) By Reverse substitution

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- October 3rd 2008, 02:19 PMharoldjust a test

1) This step follows from the property of logs (exponents)

2) Extract any constants and place in front of the integral

Let , then

3)

4) U-substitution applied

5) By Formula C, and

6) By Reverse substitution - October 3rd 2008, 03:04 PMJhevon
i know this is just a LaTeX test, but just to be a pain.

type \ln x, instead of just ln x, it looks nicer. you get as opposed to , see?

also, ....yes, the absolute valus matter

and you also should have absolute values in your solutions, so it is

other than that, good job! - October 4th 2008, 12:13 PMharold
Thanks Jhevon!! Was wondering why it didn't have the look it should. Good catch with the absolute value signs too!