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By Applying partial fractions -
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BY using the statement that f(0) = 0 ........We get C = 0
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Compilation of various questions in Mathematics and Physics I previously solved on GoIIT. For what I'm working on now, see www.profillic.com
3 comments:
Too long. =(
Use x = tant.
Again, good use of substitution bro :)
But partial fractions and hera-pheri with numerators was fresh in my mind :D
True.
Partial fractions don't usually work well in the IIT. I screwed integral last time because of partial fractions.
Btw.
Have you started Physics and Chemistry preparations? =S
I'm yet to do either. I'm more into Math for January cause of huge amounts of University work. I'm hoping to dedicate February for Physics and March for Chemistry. =)
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