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∫ sqrt [(a-x)(x-b)] dx reduce it to the form: ∫ sqrt [c/y-1] dy

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    ah from earlier... bookmark

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    u want us to change it with sub to the form\[\int \sqrt{\frac{c}{y}-1} \ \text{d}y\]right?

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    What's supposed to be the question :'(

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  8. mahmit2012 Group Title
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    reduce to another one.

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    and then get a solution for other one.

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    But how to reduce to that one (∫ sqrt [c/y-1] dy) ?

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    this is my question.

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    Sorry..

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    sorry for what ?

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    you just find a specific y=f(x)

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