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October 11th, 2008, 10:40 PM   #1
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Integration over open domain or close domain

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I tried to solve begin using variation change

So integration is transformed to and its calculation is

(Please tell me how can i write integration reult with upper and bottom bound like a textbook using Latex!)

But its result is unacceptable becuase is not defined

in mathematic.

I wandered and when i read question more precisely i found that given range is not but
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Re: Integration over open domain or close domain

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I wandered and when i read question more precisely i found that given range is not but
So then what is the limit as x goes to 0 of ? Add that to . Of course, that limit is not finite... So the integral does not exist.
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