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accepted Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue
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comment Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue
Thanks for pointing that out; I can't believe I was using 3/2 when I should have used 1/2 with the substitution being used! I guess I was mixing up the x variable with the whole u/a format of the antiderivative of $\frac{1}{a^2 + u^2}$ ...
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revised Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue
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asked Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue
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accepted Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation
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comment Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation
@Tunococ That makes sense; I'll try to be more careful with that in the future... thank you!
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comment Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation
@Tunococ Just to verify, would that be the lack of a distribution with the −cos(2x+x)?
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asked Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation
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reviewed No Action Needed How to integrate $\int_{-\infty}^{+\infty} e^{-x^2}\cos x \, dx$
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accepted Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule
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comment Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule
@labbhattacharjee I wish I could accept both answers on this question... but for the time being (and I'm sorry for not clarifying this in the original question,) I might accept the "Constant Multiple Rule" response because I haven't yet reached the Chain Rule in my particular class at school (although I know this is going to be a way to solve many things, in the future.) Thank you so much for your time and your response, though!
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comment Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule
@Inceptio That's what I was thinking... :/ I was intrigued about the use of ln(), though...
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comment Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule
Thank you for the ideas!
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comment Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule
This looks like what the instructor intended; thank you for the direction! I can't believe I overlooked this rule...