Can someone help me with these integrals, I'm not getting the correct answer?
For the value from -infinity to infinity (for both). N is a positive constant.
1. ∫( |N/|x|| )^2 dx
2. ∫( |(N*sin(x)) / x^3| )^2 dx
1. ∫( |N/|x|| )^2 dx = N^2 ∫1/x^2 dx = N^2 [-1/x] = N^2 (-1/infinity - (-1/-infinity)) = N^2*0 = 0 which doesn't seem right to make.
2. ∫( |(N*sin(x)) / x^3| )^2 dx = N^2 ∫sin^2(x)/x^6 dx which I'm not sure of beyond that
- 3 weeks ago
Use an online integral calculator like symbolab
- rotchmLv 73 weeks ago
Show your reasoning & steps here & we will show you where you erred.
N² ∫ 1/x² dx, fro -∞ to ∞. Note that this is an improper integral. So its evaluation depends on how you were taught (defined) to evaluate it. The problem with this improper integral is the x=0 point. What are you supposed to do? [ I let you think a little].
Now for your second question. Is it too an improper integral? And for what reasonS ? [yes, reasonS].
Hints (for both question): Integrating from 0 to 1 gives?