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If then , which quickly leads to the answer. Consider the integral . Substitute so that . Also and . Then . Thus . Thus .
If then , which quickly leads to the answer. How did you know that an antiderivative would have that general form (i.e. )?
Last edited by Random Variable; Sep 3rd 2009 at 07:57 PM.
This is what I would have done for the first integral: let then so
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