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Help with simple integral

  1. Jun 4, 2009 #1
    Hi, I am sure this is simple stuff. I am stuck trying to solve this integral:

    [tex]
    \[
    e^{\int_{a}^{b} C\left(\frac{dlogH(x)}{dx}\right)^{1-\sigma}dx}\]
    [/tex]

    I know I can get rid of the integral where there is a derivative and also get rid of the exponent with the log function - but not too sure what to do with the sigma?

    Here is my attempt at a solution:

    [tex]
    \[
    =e^{C\int_{a}^{b}\left(\frac{dlogH(s)}{ds}\right)^{-\sigma}ds}\frac{H(a)}{H(b)}\]][/tex]



    Any help would be appreciated.

    PS this is not a HW question:).
     
    Last edited: Jun 4, 2009
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