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1. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Or parts on xsinx and secx

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How so? Neither one of those has a nice anti-derivative.
2. (Original post by Zacken)
How so? Neither one of those has a nice anti-derivative.
Duno just running some **** through my head.

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3. In a moment of weakness nearly ran it through wolfram alpha, almost

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4. (Original post by Zacken)
How so? Neither one of those has a nice anti-derivative.
Easy zain. Took few minutes once i started writing. Pi/2(ln2)
Stop distracting me from d2 revision.
Need to pass otherwise im gna B in AFM.

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5. Groups looks so bloody interesting *o*
6. (Original post by drandy76)
Unless I've goofed you end up were you started

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Considering it's been posted on this thread by that person, I wouldn't expect anything less
7. (Original post by Student403)
Considering it's been posted on this thread by that person, I wouldn't expect anything less
I have two ideas and I'm too lazy to attempt either

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8. (Original post by drandy76)
I have two ideas and I'm too lazy to attempt either

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Na the obvious parts direction is roght. Just carry on going and note some symmetry.
A graph is symmetric about a if
F(2a-x)=F(x) or some simple symmetry of sin which is the same lol.

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9. Will post sol if any mone wants it. Just dnt wana ruin it.

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10. (Original post by Snasher350)
Substituting U=Cos x ? Should end up with a by parts integral with u and arccosU
Doesn't sound like it'll work.

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Will post sol if any mone wants it. Just dnt wana ruin it.

Did you basically end up finding integral of ln (sin x) between 0 and pi/2? If so, that wasn't really the intended method.
11. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Na the obvious parts direction is roght. Just carry on going and note some symmetry.
A graph is symmetric about a if
F(2a-x)=F(x) or some simple symmetry of sin which is the same lol.
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ah i see, was considering taylor expansions lol
12. (Original post by Zacken)
Doesn't sound like it'll work.

Did you basically end up finding integral of ln (sin x) between 0 and pi/2? If so, that wasn't really the intended method.
Yeh. Not indefinite tho. Just added some **** and pi/2-x and u-pi/2 subs.
Here it is don't look anyone who hasn't solved yet, it is a very nice problem.

Was gna do a tanx method etc. Seems easier thenz

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13. FWIW, my approach:

Now taking gives us and recovers .
14. (Original post by Insight314)
So many people got the Beardon, and I don't. I am furious!

I will have it in two days though.
I just had a look at the contents page on Amazon.

*goes to order the book*
15. (Original post by Zacken)
FWIW, my approach:

Now taking gives us and recovers .
Ah ok. Very nyc.
Shudda thought this was undergrad type ****.

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16. Pesky people:

17. (Original post by Zacken)
Pesky people:

I got ln3 by considering I(a) = integral from 0 to 1 of e^(alnx)/lnx
18. (Original post by wlog54)
I got ln3 by considering I(a) = integral from 0 to 1 of e^(alnx)/lnx
The answer is correct, but I'm not entirely sure about your parametrisation. What do you need to recover the original integral? The only way I can see you move on from your parametrisation is by integrating the power series term by term, which isn't exactly savoury.

I'd use something like .
19. (Original post by Zacken)
The answer is correct, but I'm not entirely sure about your parametrisation. What do you need to recover the original integral? The only way I can see you move on from your parametrisation is by integrating the power series term by term, which isn't exactly savoury.

I'd use something like .
The parametrisation is fine. The required integral is .
20. Are any improvements on Dijkstra's Algorithm taught in Dx modules for x more or equal to 2?

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