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From: mamoun <memoqaissi@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2002061017:21:54
Subject: Re: integration


I THINK IF WE LOOK TO THE PROBLEM IN THIS WAY:

SUBSTITUTION METHOD IS THE BIG CIRCLE: THE PUBLIC WAY WHICH YOU CAN
CHANGE THE SHAPE OF THE PROBLEM TO AN EASY WAY.

BY PARTS: IS A WAY THAT YOU CAN SOLVE THE PROBLEM WHEN TWO FUNCTIONS
APEARD ( MULTIPLIED) AND NOT RELATED TO EACH OTHERS.

WITH REGARDS
MAMOUN


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