Answers to: anyone maths savvy? (double integrals)http://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals<p>i need to reverse the order of a double integration, i can do this fine normally, but this time there is a y = x - x^2 component which i cannot get in terms of x, any suggestions?</p>enFri, 29 Oct 2010 22:01:34 -0400Answer by Alekzhttp://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals/94028<p>Could you be so kind to explain "reverse the order of a double integration"? Do you mean derivatives? Or integrate twice the same function? Try factoring x: </p>
<p>y = x(1 - x)</p>
<p>I can't tell you more because I don't know the whole problem, please give us more information ;)</p>AlekzFri, 29 Oct 2010 22:01:34 -0400http://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals/94028Comment by Ben Grant on markd12's answerhttp://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals#93884<p>you're* on your own.</p>Ben GrantFri, 29 Oct 2010 13:21:58 -0400http://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals#93884Answer by markd12http://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals/93883<p>hmmmmm..............your on your own <br>
</p>markd12Fri, 29 Oct 2010 13:14:06 -0400http://lockergnome.net/questions/93843/anyone-maths-savvy-double-integrals/93883