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Charlie
10/01/12 02:42am

Here's the equation:
∫∫∫e^(-(a^2+b^2+c^2))a*∂a*∂b*∂c

My Wolfram Alpha app tells me it is equal to zero, I can't figure out how it calculates this as a definite integral. I suppose this can be called a special definite triple integral, this problem is related to the flux of a maxwellian gas molecules crossing a plane, and the answer is indeed zero.

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This Triple Integral equals zero! Charlie 10/01/12 02:42am
Re: This Triple Integral equals zero! Bill Simpson 10/01/12 12:27pm
Re: Re: This Triple Integral equals zero! Bill Simpson 10/01/12 3:25pm
Re: This Triple Integral equals zero! Forum Modera... 10/01/12 12:49pm
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