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### Exponential proof

Delta what are you doing???????????????:smile: so?
Post by: chwala, Feb 7, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem

now how is this equal to $\frac 1 2$ ln$\frac 3 2$?
Post by: chwala, Feb 4, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem

is this correct?
Post by: chwala, Feb 3, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem

is that better? i have a problem using latex
Post by: chwala, Feb 3, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem

$ln \frac{3^1/2} 2$ -$\frac1 2$ $ln\frac 1 2$
Post by: chwala, Feb 3, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem

Yes sir sec2¤
Post by: chwala, Feb 3, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem

anyone on this.................
Post by: chwala, Feb 3, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

i have seen it, check post 13
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

i have seen the obstacle with that move.........
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

i now get it lol $0.25∫{1-u^2}du$ from u=0 to u=0.5 thanks mate solution is $0.115$
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

sorry limits are from 0 to 0.5 an oversight on my part..........
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

$cos^2 4x$ = $(cos 8x+1)$/2 should we substitute again? or are we going to have $0.25∫cos^24x d {sin4x}$
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

limits on u are 0 to 30, now how do i proceed with the integration?
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

is $0.25∫{cos^24x}du$ correct?
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

yes the limits are from 0 to π/24
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Integration problem using substitution

so should i use the second approach?
Post by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework

### Integration problem using substitution

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data using $u= sin 4x$ find the exact value of $∫ (cos^3 4x) dx$ 2. Relevant...
Thread by: chwala, Feb 1, 2017, 16 replies, in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Solving an exponential function

Agreed
Post by: chwala, Dec 14, 2016 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Solving an exponential function

yes, $x=4.00$ is an approximate solution to the problem.
Post by: chwala, Dec 13, 2016 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Solving an exponential function

the solution is thus $p=54.64→x=ln 54.64, ⇒x=4.00$
Post by: chwala, Dec 13, 2016 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Solving an exponential function

i will post solution soon, i dont have calculator now but i know solution will be of the form $x=ln p$
Post by: chwala, Dec 13, 2016 in forum: Calculus and Beyond Homework
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### Solve trigonometry problem

what do you mean by saying solve the quadratic using discriminant method....
Post by: chwala, Dec 4, 2016 in forum: Precalculus Mathematics Homework