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Topic: Help for solving this Integrate[Sqrt[t*(1-t)* (t-z),{t,0,z} ] NEW!!!!
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David Park

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Re: Help for solving this Integrate[Sqrt[t*(1-t)* (t-z),{t,0,z} ] NEW!!!!
Posted: Oct 2, 2010 5:46 AM
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Well, Hugo, we still don't know what integral you want because sqrt is not a
Mathematica function and there is a missing bracket. But assuming the
following we easily obtain an answer in Mathematica Version 7.0.1.

answer = Integrate[Sqrt[t*(1 - z)*(t - z)], {t, 0, z},
Assumptions -> z > 0]

1/8 \[Pi] Sqrt[-1 + z] z^2

David Park

From: Hugo []

Could any body help me to solve the following integral in

Integrate[sqrt[t * (1-z)*(t-z),{t,0,z}]; t and z are reals; z>0

I did make a mistake posting the wrong equation yesterday, I apologize
for that.

Any help would be appreciate,


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