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## is integration with division possible?

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### is integration with division possible?

I am able to calculate normal integrals but I can not figure out how to calculate integrals with division. Every time I plug in a problem it gives me a syntax error. Here are some examples that I am struggling with:

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### Re: is integration with division possible?

Hi,

Logically, I think that you just have to put integration and in place of the
dx
in your examples, you put 1 and
dx
at the end of the line.

Tell me if your problem has been solved.

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### Re: is integration with division possible?

firedwheelman a écrit:I am able to calculate normal integrals but I can not figure out how to calculate integrals with division. Every time I plug in a problem it gives me a syntax error. Here are some examples that I am struggling with:

Hey firedwheelman,
why don't you use the specific template (CAS mode) ?
Anyway, as Lior.T said, you cannot put dx as a numerator, please see the image below for the right syntax (taken from my Nspire CAS):

Best,
Hisham

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### Re: is integration with division possible?

Lior.T a écrit:Hi,

Logically, I think that you just have to put integration and in place of the
dx
in your examples, you put 1 and
dx
at the end of the line.

Tell me if your problem has been solved.

trying it your way this is what I get:

does that look right?

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### Re: is integration with division possible?

firedwheelman a écrit:
Lior.T a écrit:Hi,

Logically, I think that you just have to put integration and in place of the
dx
in your examples, you put 1 and
dx
at the end of the line.

Tell me if your problem has been solved.

trying it your way this is what I get:

does that look right?

It is right.

There is just the problem that it gave you a long form that you can maybe try to factorize.

Best regards.

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### Re: is integration with division possible?

firedwheelman a écrit:
Lior.T a écrit:Hi,

Logically, I think that you just have to put integration and in place of the
dx
in your examples, you put 1 and
dx
at the end of the line.

Tell me if your problem has been solved.

trying it your way this is what I get:

does that look right?

Yep, that's the right result
Best,

Hisham

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