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Lecture 16

MATH 141 Lecture 16: MATH 141 - Lecture 16 - Oct 1Premium

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Department
Mathematics
Course Code
MATH 141
Professor
Patrick Brosnan
Lecture
16

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MATH 141 Lecture 16 (OCT 1)
Integration by Parts
Suppose f, g are functions which are different with f’ and g’ being continuous, then:
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

 
With Leibniz Notation
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Example 1: Compute 
Solution:
u = ln x and hence du = dx
du = dx/x and hence v = x
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