 11.1: Special Functions
 11.2: (2/3)/(5/3)
 11.3: (2/3)/(8/3)
 11.4: (2/5)/(12/5)
 11.5: (1/2)(4)/(9/2)
 11.6: (10)/(8)
 11.7: (4)(3/4)/(7/4)
 11.8: Z 0 x2/3 ex dx
 11.9: Z 0 ex4 dx Hint: Put x4 = u.
 11.10: 0 x2/5 ex dx
 11.11: Z 0 x5 ex2 dx Hint: Put x2 = u.
 11.12: Z 0 xex3 dx
 11.13: Z 1 0 x2 ln 1 x 3 dx Hint: Put x = eu.
 11.14: 1 0 3 ln x dx
 11.15: Z 0 x1/3 e8x dx
 11.16: A particle starting from rest at x = 1 moves along the x axis towar...
 11.17: Express as a function Z 1 0 ln 1 x p1 dx. Hint: See 13.
 11.18: Computer plot graphs of sn u, cn u, and dn u, for several values of...
 11.19: If u = ln(sec + tan ), then is a function of u called the Gudermann...
 11.20: Show that for k = 0: u = F(, 0) = , sn u = sin u, cn u = cos u, dn ...
 11.21: Show that the four answers given in Section 1 for R /2 0 d/ cos are...
 11.22: In the pendulum problem, = sin pg/l t is an approximate solution wh...
 11.23: A uniform solid sphere of density 1 2 is floating in water. (Compar...
 11.24: Sometimes you may find the notation F(, k) in (12.2) used when k > ...
 11.25: As in 24, show that 1 2F(sin1 4 15 , 5 2 ) = 1 5F(sin1 2 3 , 2 5 ).
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