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In the previous exercise we found that d dy gd(y) = sech y ; therefore, gd (y) = f (y) . Now, since the two functions have equal derivatives, they differ by a constant; that is, gd(y) = f (y) + C. To find C we substitute y = 0: tan 1 ( sinh 0 ) = 2tan 1 (e 0 ) π 2 + C tan 1 0 = 2tan 1 ( 1 ) π 2 + C 0 = 2 · π 4 π 2 + C C = 0 . Therefore, gd(y) = f (y). 47. Let t(y) = sinh 1 ( tan y) Show that t(y) is the inverse of gd(y) for 0 y < π/ 2. solution Let x = gd(y) = tan 1 ( sinh y) . Solving for y yields y = sinh 1 ( tan x) . Therefore, gd 1 (y) = sinh 1 ( tan y). 48. Verify that t(y) in Exercise 47 satisfies t (y) = sec y , and find a value of a such that t(y) = y a dt cos t solution Let t(y) = sinh 1 ( tan y) . Then t (y) = 1 cos 2 y tan 2 y + 1 = 1 cos 2 y 1 cos 2 y = 1 cos 2 y · 1 | cos y | = 1 | cos y | = | sec y | . For 0 y < π 2 , sec y > 0; therefore t (y) = sec y . Integrating this last relation yields t(y) t(a) = y a 1 cos t dt. For this to be of the desired form, we must have t(a) = sinh 1 ( tan a) = 0. The only value for a that satisfies this equation is a = 0.
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944 C H A P T E R 7 TECHNIQUES OF INTEGRATION 49.The relations cosh(it)=costand sinh(it)=isintwere discussed in the Excursion. Use these relations to show that the identity cos 2 t + sin 2 t = 1 results from setting x = it in the identity cosh 2 x sinh 2 x = 1. solution Let x = it . Then cosh 2 x = ( cosh (it)) 2 = cos 2 t and sinh 2 x = ( sinh (it)) 2 = i 2 sin 2 t = − sin 2 t. Thus, 1 = cosh 2 (it) sinh 2 (it) = cos 2 t ( sin 2 t) = cos 2 t + sin 2 t, as desired. 7.5 The Method of Partial Fractions Preliminary Questions 1. Suppose that f (x) dx = ln x + x + 1 + C . Can f be a rational function? Explain. solution No, f (x) cannot be a rational function because the integral of a rational function cannot contain a term with a non-integer exponent such as x + 1. 2. Which of the following are proper rational functions? (a)xx3(b)49x(c)x2+12(x+2)(x+1)(x3)(d)4x37x(x3)(2x+5)(9x) solution (a) No, this is not a proper rational function because the degree of the numerator is not less than the degree of the denominator. (b) Yes, this is a proper rational function. (c) Yes, this is a proper rational function. (d) No, this is not a proper rational function because the degree of the numerator is not less than the degree of the denominator. 3.Which of the following quadratic polynomials are irreducible? To check, complete the square if necessary. solution (a) Square is already completed; irreducible. (b) Square is already completed; factors as (x 5 )(x + 5 ) . (c) x 2 + 4 x + 6 = (x + 2 ) 2 + 2; irreducible. (d) x 2 + 4 x + 2 = (x + 2 ) 2 2; factors as (x + 2 2 )(x + 2 + 2 ) . 4. Let P/Q be a proper rational function where Q(x) factors as a product of distinct linear factors (x a i ) . Then P (x) dx Q(x) (choose the correct answer): (a) is a sum of logarithmic terms A i ln (x a i ) for some constants A i .

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