Integration Problem

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  • #1
bilalbajwa
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Hi guys,
Can anybody tell me how to integrate
[tex]\int x\arctan(x) dx[/tex]

I have tried a lot. The condition is i don't want to use integration tables.
 
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bilalbajwa
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I need method to solve it!
 
  • #4
bilalbajwa
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OK i find that on internet. Thanks viewers.
http://www.maths.abdn.ac.uk/~igc/tch/ma1002/int/node34.html
 
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Droner
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I would first integrate arctanx by parts (u=arctanx, v'=1), and then integrate xarctanx by parts (u=x, v'=arctanx)
 
  • #6
Gib Z
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We can avoid the first integration by parts of arctan x by choosing u' = x and v = arctan x for integrating x arctan x
 

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