Ok, so it would have to be dx then, it would work. I haven't taken calculus in so long, If it is dy the formula does not match up with it.
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Originally posted by pete2323 View PostOk, so it would have to be dx then, it would work. I haven't taken calculus in so long, If it is dy the formula does not match up with it.
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Originally posted by pete2323 View PostOk thank you !! What other formulas could you memorize so that you would not have to spend much time integrating by parts?
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Originally posted by pete2323 View PostCan you do tabular integration on x*e^[x(1+y)] dy or dx?
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I am going to be as nice as I possibly can and then I am done replying to you:
1) No Actuary will ever spoonfeed you. Not on exams, not in your career. A lot of times you will be given projects and you will be responsible for contacting people and doing your own research.
2) "Onestep" integration by parts is trivial in application of tabular integration.
3) I'm about as real as they get kid.
4) Not sure who "they" are but you may be right and now that you know about "them"... boy are you in trouble.
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1) Ok, I would love to do my own research and contact people. I just do not know any actuaries. I am not asking to be spoonfed, just would like to have someone who could lead me through a solution so that I could understand it thoroughly.
2) Ok, That is what I thought.
3)Maybe so
4) The owners of this site.
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