Challenging Problems in Mathematics

1

Tough Nuts to Crack

1. Show that 2. Show that 3. Show that

0 ∞

∫x ∫

0 1

∫e

−t

ln ( t ) dt = −γ

( where γ

= Euler's constant ) .

x

dx = 1 −

1 1 1 1 + − + ... 22 33 44 55

sin ( x ) π = x 2 0
π 2

1 4. Show that 2

∫ sin ( x ) dx = Catalan Constant (which is equal to 0.915966...)
0

x

5. Show that 6. Show that 7. Show that 8. Show that


0

te − t dt = π


0 ∞

1

sin ( ln ( x ) ) ln ( x )

dx =

π
4

cos ( x ) π dx = 2 1+ x e −∞

−∞

∫e

− x2

dx = π