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## #26 2006-01-07 22:20:49

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### Re: Integral relationship

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#### krassi_holmz wrote:

And we can form something like that for definite integrals:
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## #27 2006-01-07 22:22:43

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### Re: Integral relationship

I'll visit this... now

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## #28 2006-01-07 22:26:30

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### Re: Integral relationship

Cool. So I was right!

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## #29 2006-01-07 22:29:38

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### Re: Integral relationship

This formula is unnatural from a commonsense standpoint, but this is natural if we look at this carefully.

## #30 2006-01-07 22:36:16

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### Re: Integral relationship

Yes, it's just a matter of viewpoint.

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## #31 2006-01-07 22:40:52

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### Re: Integral relationship

#### krassi_holmz wrote:

Yes, it's just a matter of viewpoint.

Thank you

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## #33 2006-01-21 00:09:57

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### Re: Integral relationship

The story behind the integral relationship

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## #34 2006-01-31 00:43:01

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### Re: Integral relationship

Let x=x(t), y=y(t), z=z(t)
then
xyz = ∫xy(dz/dt)dt + ∫yz(dx/dt)dt + ∫zx(dy/dt)dt
= ∫xydz + ∫yzdx + ∫zxdy

xyz means difference of volume of rectangular parallelepipeds.
I do not know what  ∫xydz , ∫yzdx and ∫zxdy means.

## #35 2006-01-31 23:57:59

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### Re: Integral relationship

The above expression was posted to a forum of my homepage from some person.
I deleted the message in my error.

## #36 2006-02-05 18:15:15

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### Re: Integral relationship

Good. I guess we can generalize this result for many functions.
Let f_1=f_1(t), f_2=f_2(t), ... ,f_n=f_n(t).
then

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## #37 2006-04-10 23:01:09

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### Re: Integral relationship

I have removed a message to install a Japanese language pack.
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## #38 2006-04-11 07:41:30

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### Re: Integral relationship

Your site is coming along well Keiichi Suzuki. I see you have links to Math Forum and others ... why not a link to this forum?

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## #39 2006-04-11 22:42:03

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### Re: Integral relationship

I feel so grateful to you for giving me advice.
Now I have put a link to your site from mine.

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Cool tool, man.

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