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Topic: Integrating SinX/X ( -1<X<+1 , X<>0 )
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Dan Aharon

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Integrating SinX/X ( -1<X<+1 , X<>0 )
Posted: Jul 5, 1996 5:18 AM
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Does someone know how to integrate the following :

SinX / X -1<X<-1 X<>0

If possible, I would really appreciate the full solution.


thanx a lot.







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