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Solving double integral without Error function

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  • Subject: [mg57683] Solving double integral without Error function
  • From: "Xavier Brusset" <brusset at poms.ucl.ac.be>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2005 03:04:30 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Universite Catholique de Louvain
  • Reply-to: brusset at poms.ucl.ac.be
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Hi,

I have to solve this double integral:
Phi[ q_ ]=Integrate[Integrate[y(x-q)f[x,y],{x,0,q}],{y,2,15}]
where
f[ x_ , y_ ]=1/(2 Pi Sqrt[27])Exp{-1/54 [4 x^2 - 6yx - 50x + 9y^2 -30 y +
325]}

Mathematica 5.1 on windows fumbles a lot and finally stops giving an answer
in q but using the Error function (I am using the Statistics Continuous
distributions module).
The problem with the Error function is that when I combine this function Phi
into another equation, I can't find a root in q.
Which function of Mathematica should I use which circumvents the Error
function in solving the double integral?
Or, alternately, which root finding function could I use to find even a
numeric instance of q?


Thank you.
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Xavier
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PhD student
Université Catholique de Louvain
Belgium


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