# What is the solution for Integration of: 1/(t^(2) - 1 dt I know the answer will probably be -ln(|t+1|/|t-1|)/2 + C?

### Answer this question

• What is the solution for Integration of: 1/(t^(2) - 1 dt I know the answer will probably be -ln(|t+1|/|t-1|)/2 + C?

Quick and dirty integration: Consider the equation dN2/dt = -1 ... 2.0 s. Although we know the solution is N ... rate at time t(i): R ≡ dN2/dt = -1/ N ...
Positive: 98 %
2.Know our rst and ... tion and using the initial condition to nd the constant of integration. 1.2 Di ... (t) = C 1 cos(!t) + C 2 sin(!t) is a solution.
Positive: 95 %

### More resources

How do you solve the convolution integral [math]\int_{-\infty}^{\infty} e ... 1 Answer. Mike Wilkes, PhD in ... \int_{-\infty}^{\infty} |v(t)|^2 dt = \frac ...
Positive: 98 %
... = ¡ 1 2( 1 3)(1) ¶ + 1 2( 2 3)(2) ¶ + (3) + (2) = 512: (c) ... the value of R800 m(t) dt. Solution: ... Rx0 f(t) dt, we know that F(0) = 0 and that ...
Positive: 93 %
Damped Harmonic Oscillator. ... d 2 x/ dt 2 = C 1 p e pt + C 1 p e pt + C 1 t p 2 e pt + C 2 p 2 e pt. ... = C 1 t e-bt/2m + C 2 e-bt/2m. This solution ...