Haritha nair Asked a Question
July 4, 2020 3:53 pmpts 30 pts
Use of Symmetry When the domain of integration is symmetric about the origin with respect to at least one of the ables of integration and the integrand is odd with respect to this variable, the integral is equal to zero, the integrals over the two halves of the domain have the same absolute value but opposite signs. en the integrand is even with respect to this variable, the integral is equal to twice the integral over dll or the domain, as the integrals over the two halves of the domain are equal. Can anyone explain this.
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  • Ruby negi thankyou
    see...
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    Ruby negi
    this will help u .
  • Vaishali sharma thankyou
    dear it's the same property of integration...... like Integration from -a to +a of odd fxn will be 0 type
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  • Vaishali sharma
    this.....
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    Vaishali sharma
    i hope u r familiar with even or off fxn...if u r not ...let me know
  • Vaishali sharma
    see this
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    Vaishali sharma
    i hope u will get it
  • Vaishali sharma
    i hope u r getting my point what type of symmetry i'm taking
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