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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

how would you integrate ln(t^2 + u^2)?

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  1. anonymous
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    With respect to what?!

  2. amistre64
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    very carefully :)

  3. amistre64
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    ln(x) = x + xlnx + C or something right?

  4. anonymous
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    with respect to t

  5. anonymous
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    is u a constant with respect to t?

  6. anonymous
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    if not, do you know the derivative of u with respect to t?

  7. anonymous
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    it's a diff. eq. u' = ln(t^2 + u^2)

  8. anonymous
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    You can't really integrate both sides here.

  9. anonymous
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    Ok, so you do know the derivative of u with respect to t then ;p

  10. anonymous
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    yeah

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