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.

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.

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!

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.

I'm trying to improve myself. I'm the new, better Jerm

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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

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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Stupid salesman, nobody expects you to know a thing about math. You got a $400,000 home and a Cadillac with $40,000 a year. Simple arithmetic would have helped you evade such horrible lies.

Stupid salesman, nobody expects you to know a thing about math. You got a $400,000 home and a Cadillac with $40,000 a year. Simple arithmetic would have helped you evade such horrible lies.