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February 26th, 2012, 05:27 PM   #1
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transforming an integral

How would I transform my integral on the LHS to show that it is equal to integral on the RHS:

integral [f(t)*(dt/sqrt(1-t^2)), t, 0, 1] = integral [f(cos(x)), x, 0, pi/2], assuming f(x) is cont. on [0,1].
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Re: transforming an integral

Never mind. I figured it out
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