kittybasil:

CALCULUS II: solve \[\huge{\int\sin^{p-1}\theta d\theta}\]

4 weeks ago
kittybasil:

original Q: Here. no "what do you think" btw, you can give tips though :-p

4 weeks ago
Vocaloid:

I really wouldn't know how to do this w/o using an integral table tbh

4 weeks ago
nuts:

you forgot the part where you say p is a natural number

4 weeks ago
kittybasil:

it actually doesn't say that @nuts

4 weeks ago
nuts:

yeah good luck solving that reduction formulate for p=1.5 enjoy your elliptical integrals

4 weeks ago
kittybasil:

haven't gone over ellipticals though ._.

4 weeks ago
kittybasil:

is that calc 3?

4 weeks ago
nuts:

no elliptical integrals are special definitions that you won't hit unless you take graduate level mathematics.

4 weeks ago
nuts:

or do weird optics things.

4 weeks ago
kittybasil:

oh o-o

4 weeks ago
BRAINIAC:

@kittybasil do u hv the answer in your textbook for that question?

4 weeks ago
BRAINIAC:

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4 weeks ago
BRAINIAC:

If u want know more information about reduction formulas, here is a link which may be useful for u http://mathonline.wikidot.com/reduction-formulas

4 weeks ago
BRAINIAC:

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4 weeks ago
BRAINIAC:

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4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
kittybasil:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @BRAINIAC @kittybasil do u hv the answer in your textbook for that question? \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) it's a worksheet problem, sadly :(

3 weeks ago
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