triple integrals
triple integrals
∫sin2xcos6xdx
You have a circular cake with a radius of one foot. You intend to cut this cake with one straight slice to create a piece with an area of one square foot. What must the length of the cut...
A)it is defined on interval[-1,1] (B)it is an increasing function (C) it is an odd function (D)the point (0,0) is point of inflection
Determine this intergral by expanding it first
∫ -2 dq (cos-1q)√(1-q2) here the question is cos inverse of q and square root of one minus q squared, not 2q and the numerator...
∫sin4xcos5x dx
At what value of x is f(x) a minimum? I know f'(x) = e^((x^2-3x)^2) , but I don't know how to continue. Thanks!
The question contails already all details
I'm looking for a solution to the following integral: int (1/sqrt[1 - x^2 + a (x^6 - x^12)]) dx where a is a parameter. Could you help me to find a solution? please...
If the integral test applies, use it to determine whether the series converges or diverges. ∑ 1, ∞ (ln(n))2/n