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Ed
10/08/12 08:37am

Hi,

I'm new to mathematica. This is a simple one!

I worked out how to do differentiation of functions that have non-constants (other implicit functions) in them
eg;-

deltax = -l1 Cos[theta2] - l2 Cos[theta1 + theta2] + kf Cos[t w]

D[deltax, t, NonConstants -> {theta1, theta2}]

But what if I want to integrate the same expression (wrt t again). I cannot find a "Nonconstants" option in the "Integrate[f,x]" mathematica function.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks

Ed

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Re: Intergration of Expressions with nonconstants yehuda 10/12/12 5:38pm
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