given the divergent integral in n-variables(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] \int_{V} f(q1,q2,....,qn)dq1,dq2,....dqn [/tex]

my question is if in general one can substract a Polynomial K in the variables [tex] q1,q2,...,qn [/tex] so the integral

[tex] \int_{V} (f(q1,q2,....,qn)-K(q1,q2,.........,qn))dq1,dq2,....dqn [/tex]

is FINITE , then it would appear divergent integrals related to [tex] \int (q1)^{m}dq1 [/tex]

for positive 'm'

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# Regularization of integral by substraction

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