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June 20, 2011

Integrating across a quarter circle

Integrating across a quarter circle


Redrawn (less competently!) based on a diagram from A Garden of Integrals by Frank E. Burk; used in proving the Leibniz series for \frac{\pi}{4}.

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Splitting a rectangle into two integrals

Splitting a rectangle into two integrals


A function is graphed, horizontal lines emanate from it to show the possible integrable regions.

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