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Topic: Utility of compound integration...
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Graham Cooper

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Re: Utility of compound integration...
Posted: Nov 5, 2013 7:03 AM
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On Monday, November 4, 2013 4:09:39 AM UTC-8, Peter Percival wrote:
> grahamcooper7@gmail.com wrote:
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> > then why are they teaching Kids in high school integration of large
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> > compound formulas with dozens of hyper-sine functions et al?
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> For example?




Integration By Parts... this is a recursive DIVIDE AN CONQUER method.


What they need to do is DIVIDE AND CONQUER Integration By Parts !!





EITHER:
LONG TRIG FORMULAS

OR:
INTEGRATION BY PARTS




these example problem types should be in-compatible for high school level.

DIVIDE AND CONQUER complex integration itself...


Recursive Methods should be using small formulas and easy to spot
the integration method.

There is 0.00001 utility just making it complicated for complexity sake!
To bell curve grade everyone! You can't integrate 99% of complex formulas at all!



Herc





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