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Apteronotus

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How can the following integral be approached?

[tex]

\int f(t) \sqrt{dt}

[/tex]

thanks in advance.

[tex]

\int f(t) \sqrt{dt}

[/tex]

thanks in advance.

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Apteronotus

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How can the following integral be approached?

[tex]

\int f(t) \sqrt{dt}

[/tex]

thanks in advance.

[tex]

\int f(t) \sqrt{dt}

[/tex]

thanks in advance.

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Ben Niehoff

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However, it would make sense to write something like

[tex]\int_C f(x,y) \sqrt{dx^2 + dy^2}[/tex]

where C is some contour.

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lugita15

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Do you have a link to this thread? I'd be interested in reading it.

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