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Need Help with Elementary integral derivation. 
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#1
Jan2012, 12:17 PM

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Hello! :)
Having a hard time managing to solve ad integral in Landau Theoretical Physics Volume 1 page 28 (3rd edition) (Determination of the potential energy from the period of oscillation) The integral is ∫1/√(Eu)(σE) with respect to dE between u and sigma. The book claims that the integral is elementary and should come to equal ∏, yet no matter how many different ways I have attempted this, I have drawn a blank. Any help on the correct derivation would be much appreciated. 


#2
Jan2012, 12:51 PM

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Heres an example of this integral on wolframalpha. No explanation is given, and I just can't find a way of doing it.
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i...etween+y+and+z 


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Jan2012, 03:22 PM

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Jan2012, 04:16 PM

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Need Help with Elementary integral derivation.
Thanks Hippo 


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