       integration problem

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• Subject: [mg122236] integration problem
• From: Jing <jing.guo89 at yahoo.com>
• Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 06:05:16 -0400 (EDT)
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```Hi,

I want to integration two eqations:

1/4 (-Sqrt x + y) Sqrt[r^2 - 1/4 (-Sqrt x + y)^2];

and -r^2 ArcCos[(-Sqrtx+y)/(2r)]/2

For both of them, x is integrated from -Sqrt[r^2-y^2] to -y/Sqrt+s; y is from (-Sqrts-Sqrt[12r^2-9s^2])/4 to (-Sqrts+Sqrt[12r^2-9s^2])/4. s, r are two constant and s>0 and Sqrts/2<r<s.

For example, for the first equation:
m18 = Integrate[
1/4 (-Sqrt x + y) Sqrt[
r^2 - 1/4 (-Sqrt x + y)^2], {x, -Sqrt[r^2 - y^2], -y/Sqrt +
s }, Assumptions -> {y < 0 && r > 0 && r^2 > 4 y^2/3 && s > 0 &&
Sqrt s/2 < r < s}]

Result: 1/72 (-3 Sqrt s^2 Sqrt[4 r^2 - 3 s^2 + 4 Sqrt s y - 4 y^2] +
12 s y Sqrt[4 r^2 - 3 s^2 + 4 Sqrt s y - 4 y^2] -
4 Sqrt y^2 Sqrt[4 r^2 - 3 s^2 + 4 Sqrt s y - 4 y^2] -
2 Sqrt y^2 Sqrt[r^2 + 2 y (y - Sqrt Sqrt[r^2 - y^2])] +
6 y Sqrt[(r^2 - y^2) (r^2 + 2 y (y - Sqrt Sqrt[r^2 - y^2]))] +
Sqrt r^2 (4 Sqrt[4 r^2 - 3 s^2 + 4 Sqrt s y - 4 y^2] - Sqrt[
r^2 + 2 y (y - Sqrt Sqrt[r^2 - y^2])]))

I used to ask a question quite same, someone suggest to me that I can use y=-r*sin(t), this variable alteration and then do the integration. I folowed this time,

exp1 = Simplify[m18 /. {y -> -r Sin[j]}, r > 0 && 0 < j < Pi/3]
result:
1/72 (2 r^2 Sqrt[
6 r^2 - 9 s^2 + 6 r^2 Cos[2 j] - 12 Sqrt r s Sin[j]] -
3 s^2 Sqrt[
6 r^2 - 9 s^2 + 6 r^2 Cos[2 j] - 12 Sqrt r s Sin[j]] -
12 r s Sin[j] Sqrt[
2 r^2 - 3 s^2 + 2 r^2 Cos[2 j] - 4 Sqrt r s Sin[j]] -
3 r^3 Sin[2 j] Sqrt[2 - Cos[2 j] + Sqrt Sin[2 j]] -
2 r^3 Sqrt[6 - 3 Cos[2 j] + 3 Sqrt Sin[2 j]] +
Sqrt r^2 Cos[
2 j] (2 Sqrt[
2 r^2 - 3 s^2 + 2 r^2 Cos[2 j] - 4 Sqrt r s Sin[j]] +
r Sqrt[2 - Cos[2 j] + Sqrt Sin[2 j]]))

Then I hope to do the integration and subsitute the two limits for y( if I directly put the two bounds of y into the integration, it will take over half hour to run and finally, it will show "no memroy"]:
m19 = Integrate[-r Cos[j] exp1, j]
It gives me really long euqtion, about hundreds lines long.

For the second equation,
the result is really long, it is about hundreds line long and there is I inside the equation.

I don't know why "I" this symbol will appear in the equation.

Can someone help me to solve this integration problems.

Thanks.

Jing

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