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    Hi guys
    just a simple question how would you integrate a=(k-18t^2)?is it integration by parts?
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    (Original post by Alen.m)
    Hi guys
    just a simple question how would you integrate a=(k-18t^2)?is it integration by parts?
    Integrate with respect to what?
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    It's just standard integration there's nothing to it.
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    So basicaly integration with respect to t means that t is envolved in each value so the expression should be written as a=(Kt^0 -18t^2)
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    (Original post by B_9710)
    It's just standard integration there's nothing to it.
    Yeah my problem was i was integrating k^1 instead of kt^0
 
 
 

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