Problem with an intergral!

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paul-martin
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sorry that i disturbed you guys with this, of course the problem as always was simpel i just missed one little detail, i was at first scared i had missed something in the defintion of integration by parts.

Thx for your time!
 
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paul-martin
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It can be hard to se the integration variables which is pi and cero. I am using partial integration there.
 
  • #3
paul-martin
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It is nothing advanced sen all the sins turn out to be cero.
 
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quantumdude
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I don't understand why you dropped the [itex]\Omega[/itex] when proceeding from Step 4 to Step 5.
 
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paul-martin
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http://img388.imageshack.us/img388/4140/integration29jv.jpg [Broken]

Omega=2*pi/T and T= 2pi
 
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paul-martin
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I should mention the answer should be 4/pi
 

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