Sorry if I'm in the wrong place. I really think that I am.
Is this true? They're saying the integral of Y = the integral of the integral of Y. Which cannot possibly be true.
Sorry if I'm in the wrong place. I really think that I am.
Is this true? They're saying the integral of Y = the integral of the integral of Y. Which cannot possibly be true.
Sorry for the lateness of my reply. I've figured out the problem, and no longer need your help. I still don't get this line, but I figured it out otherwise so I don't really care.
Thanks, mr. Fantastic!