Divergent Integral

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n.a.s.h
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Homework Statement


I had to solve the integral....After all my work i got -infinity
3
integral sign 1/ [(t-3)^4/3]
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The Attempt at a Solution


-infinity....is this correct? and would this be divergent?
 

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  • #2
Dickfore
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The expression

[tex]
\frac{1}{(t - 3)^{4/3}}
[/tex]

is complex for [itex]t < 3[/itex].
 
  • #3
mathstew
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Yes, it is divergent.
 
  • #4
LeonhardEuler
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It has a real root for t<3, so that's not a problem. I would check how you got the sign on that -[itex]\infty[/itex], though.
 

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