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1. As the forum is quite (dead is better description) are there any "buster gonads in Maths" here to do Q11 from this INDIAN A level equivalent paper ...
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3. (Original post by TeeEm)
As the forum is quite (dead is better description) are there any "buster gonads in Maths" here to do Q11 from this INDIAN A level equivalent paper ...
Well, looking at the paper nothing comes to mind! I guess that's how Indians could enrich Uranium
4. (Original post by Mehrdad jafari)
Well, looking at the paper nothing comes to mind! I guess that's how Indians could enrich Uranium
integration by parts?... No?
5. (Original post by TeeEm)
integration by parts?... No?
I will try my best but it's been quite a while that I haven't practised.
6. (Original post by TeeEm)
integration by parts?... No?
maybe(guess) simplify the denm by expressing cos2x in terms of cosx then you have cos^2(x) in the denominator. Then divide the numerator then you shpuld get something like ..............................se c^2(x)+2tanx. So just integrate that
7. (Original post by TeeEm)
As the forum is quite (dead is better description) are there any "buster gonads in Maths" here to do Q11 from this INDIAN A level equivalent paper ...
Think I got the first bit...pretty quick IBP if I'm not mistaken. Might as well look at the second.
8. (Original post by TeeEm)
As the forum is quite ...
Quite what?

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9. (Original post by TeeEm)
integration by parts?... No?
What I love about integral problems is the numerous ways you can solve them... I had a list of >100 integration problems, really great ones, e.g.

I only had questions and answers, and always ended up with a slightly different looking (but equivalent) answer to those supplied (because of using a different method)

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