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help,the integral of \(\frac{1}{\sqrt{ax-x^{2}}}\) always pi,how?

Note by Christian Leonardi 2 years, 9 months ago

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What I was thinking, if we can somehow relate or bring 'the definition of pi in our solution'. That solution could me more near to the doubt mentioned.

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Its integration turns out to be arcsin ((x-a)/a). Clearly it depends on what is your definite limit.

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TopNewestWhat I was thinking, if we can somehow relate or bring 'the definition of pi in our solution'. That solution could me more near to the doubt mentioned.

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Its integration turns out to be arcsin ((x-a)/a). Clearly it depends on what is your definite limit.

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