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comment Uncomfortable using Leibniz notation for the chain rule.
You are welcome. I'm a retired engineer.
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revised Uncomfortable using Leibniz notation for the chain rule.
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answered Uncomfortable using Leibniz notation for the chain rule.
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revised If $x^2+bx+a=0$ and $x^2+ax+b=0$ have a common root $c$, Then what values of $(a,b)$ would work?
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revised How do the steps of this definite integral work?
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revised Solve $\log_2 (1+\frac{1}{x-1})<1$
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comment Evaluate $\iiint xyz$
@Pedro Tamaroff I know it's not a very compelling reason. But I didn't like that downvote in part because there was no explanation. It might be because I did not evaluate correctly the integral or I detailed the computation too much or any other reason. Anyhow I left my computation as a comment.
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comment Evaluate $\iiint xyz$
@Juris Thanks for your comment but note that we are evaluating $$\iiint_{E}xyz\,dV=\int_{z=0}^{9}\int_{y=0}^{z}\int_{x=0}^{y}xyz\,dx\,dy \,dz$$ and not $$\iiint_{E}\,dV=\int_{z=0}^{9}\int_{y=0}^{z}\int_{x=0}^{y}\,dx\,dy \,dz$$
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comment Evaluate $\iiint xyz$
This was part of my now deleted answer that got a downvote\begin{eqnarray*} I &=&\iiint_{E}xyz\,dV=\int_{z=0}^{9}\int_{y=0}^{z}\int_{x=0}^{y}xyz\,dx\,dy \,dz \\ &=&\int_{0}^{9}\,dz\int_{0}^{z}dy\int_{0}^{y}xyz\,dx \\ &=&\int_{0}^{9}\left( \int_{0}^{z}\left( \int_{0}^{y}xyz\,dx\right) \,dy\right) \,dz \\ &=&\dots\\ &=&\left. \frac{1}{48}z^{6}\right\vert _{0}^{9} \\ &=&\frac{531\,441}{48}=\frac{177\,147}{16}. \end{eqnarray*}
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revised Evaluate $\iiint xyz$
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revised What is the value of that integral?
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comment How do I show that $\sqrt{5+\sqrt{24}} = \sqrt{3}+\sqrt{2}$
This is a particular case of the algebraic identity ($x,y>0$) $$\sqrt{x+\sqrt{y}}=\sqrt{\frac{x+\sqrt{x^2-y}}{2}}+\sqrt{\frac{x-\sqrt{x^2-y}}{‌​2}}$$ $$\sqrt{5+\sqrt{24}}=\sqrt{\frac{5+\sqrt{5^2-24}}{2}}+\sqrt{\frac{5-\sqrt{5^2-24‌​}}{2}}=\sqrt{3}+\sqrt{2}$$
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revised Evaluate $\int x \sqrt{1 - x^4} \,\mathrm{d}x$
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comment Evaluate $\int x \sqrt{1 - x^4} \,\mathrm{d}x$
+1 for the addendum.
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comment Evaluate $\int x \sqrt{1 - x^4} \,\mathrm{d}x$
You coud try first the substitution $u=x^2$. Your integral becomes $\frac{1}{2}\int\sqrt{1-u^2}du$. Then you could use e.g. $u=\cos\theta.$
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revised What is the easiest way to integrate $y=\frac {x+4}{\sqrt{-x^2-2x+3}}$?
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revised How do I solve this definite integral?
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revised Vector Calculus Surface Integral (Limits of Integration)
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revised What is the easiest way to integrate $y=\frac {x+4}{\sqrt{-x^2-2x+3}}$?
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revised What is the easiest way to integrate $y=\frac {x+4}{\sqrt{-x^2-2x+3}}$?
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