### Intergration of root term

The problem is the integral of ( (w - 3)^1/2 ) / ( 2 + (w-3)^1/2 ) so its the root of (w-3) divided by the root (w-3) + 2.

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The problem is the integral of ( (w - 3)^1/2 ) / ( 2 + (w-3)^1/2 ) so its the root of (w-3) divided by the root (w-3) + 2.

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In a previous problem I posted here: Let f(x) be a positive continuous function on [0,1/2], f(x) =< 1/2. Let A = { (x,y) : 0 =< x = 1/2, 0=<y=< f(x)} Prove that; m*(A) = integral from 0 to 1/2 of f(x)dx. Now knowing that the above is true, I want to show that the integral is lebesgue measurable, that is, the area un

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I need help on how to work out the solution to a function using the 'D-contour' (see attached file).

Find the integral of f(x) = x tan^-1 x/(1+x^2)^2

(See attached file for full problem description with proper symbols) --- Let and for (a) Use integration by parts to show that in for . Deduce that for (b) Compute for and verify that ---

1).If A is a subset of B, A,B in m ( measurable sets) then show that integral (region A) s dM =< integral ( region B) s dM Where s here is a simple non-negative measurable function. ( Please don't confuse this with bounded measurable functions, I need the proof for SIMPLE functions). 2). If E are measurable, X_E is the c

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Evalutate the following: 1.) Integrate sech ^2x/ (2+ tanh x) dx 2.) Integrate from 0 to (Pi/2) sinx/(1+cos^2 x) dx 3.) Find (f^-1)' (a) of f(x)=x^5 - x^3+ 2x, a=2 4.) Find the limit x approaches (2-) e^(3/(2-x))

Use the convolution integral method and hand calculation to come up with the exact formula for the solution of y'' [t] + 5y' [t] +6y[t]= 3.8E^(-t) with y [0]=2 y' [0]= -1

#22) Find the moment of inertia of a lamina S of density 1 about an axis A, where S: x2+ y2=1, A: the line z= h/2 in the xz-plane (See attached file for full problem description with equations) --- Question in Kreyszig's Advanced engineering mathmatics 8th ed.: section 9.6: Surface integrals

#16) Surface integrals; s G(r) dA. Evaluate these integrals for the given data. (show the details.) G=(x2+ y2)2 - z2, S: r=[u cos v, u sin v, 2u], 0 u 1, -  v   (See attached file for full problem description with equations) --- Kreyszig's Advanced e

#12) Surface integrals; s G(r) dA. Evaluate these integrals for the given data. (show the details.) G=cosx + siny, S: the portion of x+y+z=1 in the first octant (See attached file for full problem description with equations) Question in Kreyszig's Advanced engineering mathmatics 8th ed.: section 9.

(See attached file for full problem description with equations and diagram) --- Compute ∫r+ (bar-z + z^2 bar-z) dz where gamma+ is a square with side = 4, centered at the origin and traced counterclockwise once ---

Let f(x) be a positive continuous function on [0,1/2], f(x) =< 1/2. Let A = { (x,y) : 0 =< x = 1/2, 0=<y=< f(x)} Prove that; m*(A) = integral from 0 to 1/2 of f(x)dx. Please I don't want a solution from a book, I want a simple proof based on basic definitionsand given info.

Find the volume of y = 1/sqrt(1+x^2) bounded by y=0, x=-1, x=1 I'm using the disc method with a dx function: V = pi integral( [R(x)]^2 ) dx Therefore, I have V = pi integral( [1/sqrt(1+x^2)] ^2 ) dx from -1 to 1 = pi integral( [ 1/(1+x^2) ] ) dx from -1 to 1 I can't figure out how to integrate. Please explai

I need to find the arc length of y = 1/6 x^3 + 1/(2x) on the interval [1,3]

Find the arc length of the graph of the function over the indicated interval: y=1/6 x^3 + 1/(2x^2), [1,3] I know S = Intergral( sqr( 1 + [f'(x)]^2 )) dx from 1 to 3. I get y' = [ 1/9 x^4 - 1/3 + 1/(4x^4) ] dx Therefore, S = Intergal( sqr( 1 + 1/9 x^4 - 1/3 + 1/(4x^4) )) dx from 1 to 3 = Intergal( sqr( 2/3 + 1