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    Need help in part (III) last part of it he said deduce from your answer to part(ii) which i got to be π/4-1/2
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    Immigration with no integration = Invasion

    hope this helps
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
    Immigration with no integration = Invasion

    hope this helps
    why would I integrate again? He asked to deduce from part (ii)
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    (Original post by lil_jack)
    Need help in part (III) last part of it he said deduce from your answer to part(ii) which i got to be π/4-1/2
    Did you get the wrong answer or do you need someone to check it?

    If you got the wrong answer, then please post your working so we can find your mistake.
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    Did you get the wrong answer or do you need someone to check it?

    If you got the wrong answer, then please post your working so we can find your mistake.
    No i have no idea how to deduce from part ii to find answer of part iii
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    (Original post by lil_jack)
    No i have no idea how to deduce from part ii to find answer of part iii
    draw a diagram shading the area you think  \displaystyle \int_0^1 \frac{1}{y^2+1} dy represents
 
 
 
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