mew55
  • mew55
V=vo/k*Ca *integral 0-0.8 dx/(1-x^2) vo=2 l/s, Ca=1 mol/l and k=0.02 l(mol*s), how do i solve this integral?
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mew55
  • mew55
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CGGURUMANJUNATH
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http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080131070852AAxNpF3
mew55
  • mew55
no its not x^2 its (1-x)^2

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put (1-x)=t
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then use log
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do u understand @mew55
mew55
  • mew55
wait. how does the log work out?
mew55
  • mew55
u dont mind drawing it to me?
mew55
  • mew55
u dont mind drawing it to me?
CGGURUMANJUNATH
  • CGGURUMANJUNATH
1/t^2 integration ?
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wait a sec.
mew55
  • mew55
its integral 1/(1-x)^2
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do u get it now ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\int\limits f ^{n}\left( x \right) f \prime \left( x \right)dx=\frac{ f ^{n+1}\left( x \right) }{ n+1 }\]

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