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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

what would be integration of ∫e^(x+y+z)dx and ∫∫∫e^(x+y+z)dx dy dz ??

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Well, you can split that up into e^x+e^y+e^z if that helps to get you started.

  2. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Sorry, e^x*e^y*e^z

  3. anonymous
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    ya we can split it but it won't create complex problem in solving multiple integration....???

  4. anonymous
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    No, it makes it much easier. Because then you have ʃʃ e^y*e^z ʃe^x dx dy dz.

  5. anonymous
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    Do you have no bounds on that triple integral?

  6. anonymous
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    no

  7. anonymous
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    i mean yes it has no bounds....

  8. anonymous
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    It's just gonna end up being e^(x+y+z) in the end after all of the integrating then.

  9. anonymous
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    Do you understand why?

  10. anonymous
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    no.... why??

  11. anonymous
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    because integration of e^x is same.... i guess

  12. anonymous
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    Well, the integral of e^x is just e^x. Then after that you'd end up with ʃʃe^x*e^y*e^z dy dz. You'd then change it to ʃe^x*e^zʃe^y dy dz. The integral of e^y is e^y again. You'd repeat the same thing with e^z.

  13. anonymous
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    oh ya...... thanks a lot.... i think i got it...

  14. anonymous
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    No problem, glad that helped.

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