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Topic: Integration
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Posted: Jan 2, 1997 6:24 PM
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Hi all!
Kinda newbie question, but who knows, it might not be.
I have an integration to perform which I am having difficulties in
doing. It is important to me todo it in the analytic way and I know it
IS POSSIBLE to have an analytic way to solve this integration but I am
having troubles in solving it.
It goes like this:
It looks simple but it isnt.. (at least to me)
I could have taken Maple or MathCad or even Derive but they all give me
only final answers and not the analytic way itself. I would like to see
HOW the answer is received and not just the answer itself.

Thanks in advance, MaxP.

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