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A Summer of Maths (ASoM) 2016

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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
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    Pigeonhole principle?
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    Is tautology and contradiction taught in y1 uni or is it something you are naturally expected to know?
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    (Original post by Concav)
    Is tautology and contradiction taught in y1 uni or is it something you are naturally expected to know?
    It's taught quickly in the first few N&S lectures
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    Just as an alternative for you guys if you want to use it, I have stumbled upon another way of integrating by parts/evaluating indefinite integrals.
    Might not be always as convenient as the normal means, but here goes. Good luck at Uni .

    \int u(x)v(x)\ dx = u(\int v(x)\ dx) - u'(\int\int v(x)\ dx) +k

    I may be wrong with this assumption. Always ready to be corrected, but it seems to churn out correct answers for my integration.
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    http://i.imgur.com/e7O7bpg.png how do i do this thanks i been trying for ageeeeeeeeeeeeeees
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    (Original post by ronalessifsifiss)
    http://i.imgur.com/e7O7bpg.png how do i do this thanks i been trying for ageeeeeeeeeeeeeees
    Integration by parts, those parts being (x^2n) and (x/root(1-x^2)) respectively
 
 
 
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