Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH103/April 2013/Question 02 (b)
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Question 02 (b) 

Integration: Short Answer Problems  Evaluate the following integrals: state if a definite integral does not exist; use limits for improper integrals. (full marks for correct answer; work must be shown for partial marks)

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Hint 1 

This is a special case of integration by parts. 
Hint 2 

Make and . 
Hint 3 

Don't forget your constant! 
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Solution 

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Please rate my easiness! It's quick and helps everyone guide their studies. Proceeding as in the hint, let and . Then via the chain rule, we have and so integrating by parts gives us
Now let so that and thus the above becomes after substitution
