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integrationevaluate the limit #3 20060512 04:59:25
Re: integrationThere's no x in the equation, so what does it mean? Maybe x should be t and then it may depend if the sine is in radians or degrees, but the answer is likely zero the the area under the curve from 0 to 0, unless n is way bigger than m. Forget about n bigger than m, that part might be wrong. If x is t, then nearly 0 to the power of number 1 or above makes the number get even smaller because a root would make near zero approach a tiny ways toward one (and this is a power, not a root.) Last edited by John E. Franklin (20060512 05:09:23) igloo myrtilles fourmis #4 20060512 09:42:34
Re: integrationthe question is like what ganesh wrote, this is the question i meant to post but i couldn't type it probably.x shouldn't be same as t, should be independent of t. i think the question want me to do the integration, and then put 2x and x in as the answer, and then limit x>0. #5 20060512 13:30:05
Re: integrationFranklin wrote: but the answer is likely zero the the area under the curve from 0 to 0, unless n is way bigger than m Right Last edited by George,Y (20060512 15:22:16) X'(yXβ)=0 #6 20060514 10:22:33
Re: integrationis anyone able to do the integration and ignore the limit, i.e. just add a constant in the end. 