Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry (2nd Edition) by James R. Barrante

By James R. Barrante

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Then du = dV. Hence, 1un d u . Let u = Chapter 5 58 (d) Evaluate Section 5-5 Integral Calculus / The Integral as a Summation of Infinitesimally Small Elements 59 This type of integral can be transformed into simpler integrals by the following method. Let A = (a - x) and B = ( b - x). Then sin2x cos x dx. Let u = sin x. Then du = cos x dx. Hence, 1 A 1 B - B AB A B-A AB AB Therefore, Trigonometric Transformation. Many trigonometric integrals can be transformed into a proper form for integration by making some form of trigonometric transformation using trigonometric identities.

We can determine the value of x for which a series converges or diverges by applying the ratio test. We find that the series converges for all values of x in the interval Section 7-4 lim I an+z - =1 a" Therefore, the interval of convergence for Legendre's equation is when 2 < 1 or I x I c 1. Thus, in the interval -1 < x < 1, the solutions to Legendre's equation are significant. Moreover, we find that if 1 in Legendre's equation is a positive or negative integer (including zero), the Legendre polynomials will remain finite for all the allowed values that the cosine of an angle can have (including the endpoint values x = cos 6' = il).

NAGLE, R. , Boston, 1996. 4. , Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1997. PROBLEMS 1. Solve the following linear differential equations: y 3y=o -d+ dx Notice that this isolates the @ term. By the same arguments used above, the @ term must equal a constant, call it -mZ. Therefore, d y- 3y = 0 1 d Z @ = -m2 -- @(@I dx d@Z dZY+2dy+y=0 dx2 dx and d2y dx2 6 -dy +9y=O dx d2y =O -+9y dx2 dx - k l (a - x ) - k2x; k,. kZ, and a are constants. df since the sum of these two terms equals zero. Dividing through this equation by sin20 will separate the equation into r terms and 0 terms.

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