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An ingenious evaluation (Posted on 2005-06-26) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The defined integral below is, in fact, very hard to evaluate by common means.

I = ∫oπ/2 √sin(x)/(√sin(x)+√cos(x)) dx

However, if you make the substitution x=(π/2-y), it becomes surprisingly easy to solve, by applying a basic concept of "defined integrals".

With this hint, can you, now, evaluate its value?

See The Solution Submitted by pcbouhid    
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  Subject Author Date
QuestionTO: LEVIK (2)K Sengupta2005-11-12 02:44:55
QuestionTO : LEVIK (1)K Sengupta2005-11-12 02:39:39
SolutionFull SolutionK Sengupta2005-11-12 02:31:36
ProblemK Sengupta2005-07-01 07:22:58
ProblemK Sengupta2005-07-01 07:22:56
SolutionEasyRex2005-06-26 14:02:46
SolutionSolutionBractals2005-06-26 06:14:43
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