Evaluating an Integral In Exercises 3-10, evaluate the integral.
To calculate: The value of integral .
The integral is .
Use the basic formulas of integration:
Where; C is integration constant.
Here, the integration is performed with respect to y, so the variable x is treated to be constant.
Now, use the method of substitution as:
Differentiate both sides and get, .
When , then
When , then,
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