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I found a particularly ugly indefinite integral that I can't seem to figure out how to evaluate (technique used is supposed to be u-substitution). Anybody care to take a gander?
Ugh, I'm not able to pull up the equation editor.
The integrand is: sqrt((x^3 + 3)/x^11). Supposed to figure out how to deal with that via u-sub. @hartnn , any clue?
Correction, -3, but that shouldn't really matter in this case.
I think I just maybe, heh...lol, keep going, but I think I'm figuring something out
Nope, nevermind, don't got it.
pull out x^4 from the denominator
then u may see wat to sub
One sec, trying to figure out if I can get the eqn editor to work so I can show what I'm exactly doing
(Nope, still not able to get it to work, but thanks for the moment, just trying to figure out why I can't get the LaTeX editor working/)
its not working from two days
This is happening to everybody?
nope, oly for some priviliged users...
Will do drawing tool. Ah.
Looks like I'm not able to use the drawing tool, either, lol...
yes both drawing+latex became buggy from two days for many users
\(\Large \dfrac \int \sqrt{x^3-3}{x^{11}}\)
http://www.twiddla.com/1465496 cme here
Lol I actually opened TeX Studio and started manually typing it up, but twiddla is fine