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http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=integral+of+%281%2F%28x%5E3*sqrt%28x%5E225%29%29%29dx
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sat_chenBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
so what i am confused is on how someone went from
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dw:1359567855994:dw
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i think you have to log in to wolfram before you can see the steps
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we get sin taking the integral of cos?
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shubhamsrgBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Yes I can't see the steps.
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Was the substitution x = 5 siny ?
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yea you have to log in for that i think and it would take me a year to type the solutions here XD
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so someone with wolfram account tell me how they went from that step to the solution
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shubhamsrgBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Leme try anyways, let x= 5secy => dx= 5 secy tany dy so we have inside integral 5 secy tany dy/( 125 sec^3 y ( 25 + 25sec^2 y)^1/2) => 5sec y tany dy/( 625 sec^3 y (tan^2 y)^1/2 ) => 1/125 ( dy/sec^2y)) or simply cos^2y dy Am I right so far ?
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i got a better way for you to see the solutions this is part 2 of the solution
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theres all the steps to the solution can you take me from that 0/250 + sin20/500 + c to the solution
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and yes you are right with your steps
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so from the integral of (1/125)(cos^20d0) you do the half angle formula to get integral of (1/125)(1+cos20)/2dp then you split and get 0/250 + sin2(theta)/500 + c so my question if how you get from here to the answer
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dw:1359570048133:dw
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i get the second part where it is the inverse of sec1 (x/5) but i dont get where they got the 5sqrt(x^2) stuff from
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dw:1359570931896:dw the stuff i dont get is in that box in case you are still confused on what i am confused about
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phiBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
you are asking about \[ \frac{1}{2} \sin(2 u)\] with \[ u= \sec^{1}\left(\frac{x}{5}\right) \] In terms of cosine, rather than secant, we can say \[ u= \cos^{1}\left(\frac{5}{x}\right) \] If we take the hypotenuse to be x, in a triangle with side 5 dw:1359572361980:dw the other side is \( \sqrt{x^225} \) Using these sides, we have \[ \cos u = \frac{5}{x} \] and \[ \sin u = \frac{\sqrt{x^225}}{x} \] sin(2u) = 2 sin(u) cos(u) sub in the above definitions wolfram then multiplied by sqrt(x^2)/x (why?) to get your boxed expression
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