Challenging integrals and derivatives to try

1. Apr 7, 2004

ascheras

here's some to try (i'll have answers either on thursday or tuesday):

f(x)= sin(x^(x^1/2) + (pi*log x)), x>0
f(x)= log(log(log(x^2 + 16))), x>0
f(x)= integral (from 0 to x) of exp((x-y)^1/2) dx

2. Apr 7, 2004

matt grime

One presumes you want the derivatives of the first two (not hard just tedious) and to do the integral in the third (shame, if you wanted the derivative that was quite easy).

3. Apr 14, 2004

DrKareem

Yeah, quiet easy :)
They are good practive if you're new to calculus.

4. Apr 23, 2004

MiGUi

It seems to be hard

Last edited: Apr 23, 2004