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  • 5 years ago

Hi, can some one help me with an integration problem ?

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  1. anonymous
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    what is the problem?

  2. anonymous
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    integral ( (x^2)+3 ) cos(n*pi**x/2)) dx

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    is it cos in power of (x/2) ?

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    no , the second part is cos( (n*pi*x)/2)) , or if you took as a constant then yes.

  5. anonymous
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    this is part of fouriers series problem !

  6. anonymous
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    got it - give a min

  7. anonymous
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    i used Maple... I hope it will help

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    very helpfull , thanks alot. just one question, do know any resources i can learn from such integrations ?

  9. anonymous
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    I use Maplesoft student addition: http://www.maplesoft.com/products/maple/ it's awesome!

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    Thanks ^^

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    by the way - they should have a discount price for students & free webinars on website

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