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1. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
I think I've got it...
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Pigeonhole principle?
Yes
2. Is tautology and contradiction taught in y1 uni or is it something you are naturally expected to know?
3. (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
4. 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 .

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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5. http://i.imgur.com/e7O7bpg.png how do i do this thanks i been trying for ageeeeeeeeeeeeeees
6. (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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