I have a problem here that involves three equations. It wants to know the total area that is bounded by these three equations. they are as follows: y=x y=7 y=x2/28 The domain is [0,14] I...
I have a problem here that involves three equations. It wants to know the total area that is bounded by these three equations. they are as follows: y=x y=7 y=x2/28 The domain is [0,14] I...
We have a parabola whose formula is y=5sin^2x and is bounded at the top by the line y=5. It is shaded under the y=5 line between x=pi/2 and x=3pi/2. How do I find the area of this shaded region? I...
f(x, y) = 6xy4; R is the rectangle defined by 2 x 3 and -3 y -2
f(x, y) = 5y + 3x; R is the rectangle defined by 3 x 4 and 3 y 5
Let ∫[−4.5 to −9] f(x) dx= 5, ∫ [−7.5 to −9] f(x) dx= 2, ∫[−4.5 to −6] f(x) dx= 4. Find ∫[−6 to −7.5] f(x) dx= and ∫ [−7.5 to −6] 5 * f(x) −2 dx= I found out that ∫[−6...
Evaluate the integral. Assume that A is a real number and that A < 0. integrate 8/(x-2)^4 from 0 to A
Determine the area that is bounded by the following curve and the x-axis on the interval below. (Round your answer to three decimal places.) y = x^2 − 16, −6 ≤ x ≤ 2 &nb...
An object has a velocity v(t) = 4/t+45 ft/s. Use the interval [3, 13] with n = 5 and equal subintervals to compute the following approximations of the distance the object traveled. (Round...
triple integrals
triple integrals
i have a problem solving this. Help?
What is the integral of f(x)=sin(x/2)/x?
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solve for the integral....dx/xsqrt(9-4x^2)
solve for the integral.......cos(x)sqrt(1-cos(x)) in respects to x, lower bound is o and upper bound is pi/2
find the integral of (dx)/(x^7-x)
∫sin(x)cos(x) dx 1. substitution where u=sin(x) 2. substitution where u=cos(x) 3 .integration by parts 4. using the identity sin(2x)=2sin(x)cos(x)
I'm not asking what it does, and I'm not looking for "tan(angle)=opposite leg/adjacent leg". I'm asking what the actual function is. For instance, using degrees (not radians) tan(22.5)=20...
∫ -2 dq (cos-1q)√(1-q2)
0∫2(0∫¶/2 xsin(y)dy)dx