Evaluate .

Then argue that .

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- June 30th 2011, 03:37 PMRandom Variableimproper integral #5
Evaluate .

Then argue that . - June 30th 2011, 07:49 PMDrexel28Re: improper integral #5
- June 30th 2011, 08:40 PMRandom VariableRe: improper integral #5
I didn't even think there was a way to write it as a double integral that would make evaluating it easier.

I used another integral representation of , namely that .

Can you also show that ? - July 1st 2011, 02:29 PMRandom VariableRe: improper integral #5
Drexel28

Could you explain your reasoning for the second part of the question in more detail? I feel really stupid because I don't understand where the integral of the form you posted even comes into play.