integration: if f(x)+f(x+1/2) =1 find limit 0 to 2, Mathematics

f(x)+f(x+1/2) =1

f(x)=1-f(x+1/2)

0∫2f(x)dx=0∫21-f(x+1/2)dx

0∫2f(x)dx=2-0∫2f(x+1/2)dx

take (x+1/2)=v

dx=dv

0∫2f(v)dv=2-0∫2f(v)dv

2(0∫2f(v)dv)=2

0∫2f(v)dv=1

0∫2f(x)dx=1

Posted Date: 3/11/2013 5:30:19 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- integration: if f(x)+f(x+1/2) =1 find limit 0 to 2, Assignment Help, Ask Question on integration: if f(x)+f(x+1/2) =1 find limit 0 to 2, Get Answer, Expert's Help, integration: if f(x)+f(x+1/2) =1 find limit 0 to 2 Discussions

Write discussion on integration: if f(x)+f(x+1/2) =1 find limit 0 to 2
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Objectives After studying this unit, you should be able to briefly describe the developmental stages of children's thinking and learning processes; assess the levels

log4^(x+2)=log4^8

How should shoppers Stop develop its demand forecasts?

Verify Liouville''''s formula for y "-y" - y'''' + y = 0 in (0, 1)


love is a parallelogram where prove that is a rectangle

in one point of the circle only one tangent can be drawn. prove

One of the more significant ideas that we'll be discussing in this section is slope. The slope of a line is a measure of the steepness of any particular line and it can also be uti

Adding Equally Sized Groups:  Once children have had enough practice of making groups of equal size, you can ask them to add some of these equal groups. They can now begin to atte

gjhgjg