
#1
Nov410, 11:47 PM

P: 3

This question is making me crazy .
Can anyone solve this for me? 



#2
Nov510, 02:04 AM

P: 744

Hello !
no answer with a finite combination of usual functions. It's an elliptic integral. See : http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Ellipti...econdKind.html 



#3
Nov610, 11:56 AM

P: 608

Maybe the + sign was supposed to be a  sign instead...




#4
Nov610, 05:28 PM

P: 3

Integration "sucks" Please help me !!!!!!!!!!
The answer is 2*sqrt(2)*EllipticE((1/2)*sqrt(2)) where EllipticE(x) is complete elliptic integrals of the second kind




#5
Nov1510, 06:03 AM

P: 24

a elliptic integral. learn what complete elliptic integrals are first and then attempt this problem.



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