OT: Random Math Question
im wondering if anyone knows this. I've come across a potential factor of input function I would like to use in my paper, but I forgot my freshman calculus.
anyone know how to integrate (1 + cosx)^(1/2) and ( 1  cosx)^(1/2) any help will be appreciated. 
my high school precal is worthless for this stuff...
Im taking calculas senior year (next yr) maybe I can get back to you then? Usually, the trick is to just cancel everything out OR claim it is undefined. lol 
You need a special formulae for that, they have tables or something for them. Those are improper integrals I believe.

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That formula turns into (1/2)(U)^(1/2) U=1+cos then the 1+cos turns into sin. (1/2)(sin)^(1/2) easy!:rockon: 
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Why do u need to learn this sh*it? 
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what is integrating?

Opposite of differentiating.

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nvm I figured it out. i had to use the tan(x/2) substitution.

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whatever...
in·verse adj [in vúrs, ín vùrs] 1. opposite or reversing: opposite to or reversing something 2. mathematics involving oppositely affected variables: involving two variables that are in a mathematical relationship where, when one increases, the other decreases and vice versa Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 19982004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. 
yeah I know, I'm just being an ass. I had a prof once that got all upset about people using opposite and inverse interchangeably, so I just thought of him when you said opposite

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