Homework Statement
Evaluate ∫-x/(x+1) dx
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I do a U-sub
u=x+1
du=dx
x=u-1
-∫(u-1)/u du
-∫[u/u - 1/u] du
-∫1 - 1/u du
-[∫1du - ∫1\u du]
-[u - ln(u) + C]
ln(u)-u+C
ln(x+1)-(x+1)+C
ln(x+1)-x-1+C
I combine -1 and C into a single C to get...
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I meant 3.0e^8 because final equation involves using 2.2us.
Doesnt that require the answer to be two sig figs?
0.999978c = 2.999934 E8 m/s
Which should be rounded to 3.0 E8m/s (due to the 2.2us)
Actually, I knew the problem was simplified in the half life aspect. :-)
Thanks for...
This is the frirst SR problem in his book. I think the question is flawed.
The solution assumes a speed of 3.00 E8 m/s to calculate Δt=333us since it traveled 100km.
Next, 333us and 2.2us is used to solve for velocity using the time dilation formula. Velocity is reported to be .999978c...
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Thanks folks
I think we are talking about different things.
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