Homework Statement
integral of csc^3(x)cot(x)
Homework Equations
I tried using trig identity 1+cot^2(x)=csc^2(x) but I got result where I cancelled my indegrals.
The Attempt at a Solution
I tried to substitute the above mentioned indentity for csc^2 but I end up getting -cscx +...
Homework Statement
I need to find the integral of (e^3x)cos(2x)
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I tried using different trig identities for cos(2x) to get a better equation and then tried to do few versions using the integration by parts but they all kept getting...
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So the problem says "Taking ln10=2.30 estimate ln10.3 using differentials."
The only thing I thought of doing was to set an integral from 1 to 10.3 with 1/x being the equation I integrate, but I'm not sure if that is right. Any help?
Hi, I got accepted to Purdue and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, both in Electrical Engineering. Now it it would be time to decide which one to pick, and I have some trouble doing that. I mean I'm mostly interested in studying Power Engineering and maybe minor in physics. So I would...
The problem says that if y=e^nx, then d^ny/dx^n=?
I got that the result is n^2e^nx, but it is not among the offered choices. Can someone tell what did I mess up? Thanks.
Alright, here is the problem.
For all real numbers x, f is differentiable function such that f(x)=f(-x). Let f(p)=1 and f'(-p)=5, for some p>0
a) Find f'(-p)
b) f'(0)
c) If L1 and L2 are lines tangent to the graph of f at (-p,1) and (p,1) respectively, and if L1 and L2 intersect at...
f(x)=e^cosx
equation for the axis of symmetry???
I got x=pi
f(x)=ln(x^2 - 20)
describe symmetry??
I got symmetric arround y axis.
inverse??
I got y=sqr of ((x/ln) +20)
f(x)=ln(x^2)
Inverse???
I got y= sqr of (x/ln)
Hmmmmmm...Well I guess my first question is how do I write the integral...Do I have to have some sort of program or...???
Anyway, lets say I have some kind of simple integral and there is dx in front of it. What is that dx there for.
What acceleration does a rocket need to reach speed of 200 m/s at height of 1.0km. I know that acceleration is velocity over time but I have only velocity and distance. :confused:
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Explain why T(-30)=T(40)?
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Thursday August 11, 2005
The...
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Can a Black Hole create Supernova???
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Besides the obvious one MIT, what other colleges would you recommend for the following majors
Nuclear Engineering
EE
Aeronautical Engineering
And I would also like to know how good Purdue is in those majors. Thanks in advance. :smile:
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Hi there,
I apologize for asking this many questions but I need help in deciding how and what to do in next few years. Alright, I came to the US about 2 years ago, and my English is getting better with every day. I will be Senior in the high school next year. I'm pretty good in math (knock on...
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Hi, I'm new member, and this forum looks like it might be helpfull for the next school year in which I will take Calculus. I'm sorry for my English but I live in USA for only few years. For now I would like someone to instruct me how to prepare for Calculus. I have a lot of free time now and I...