Peter F.

asked • 07/27/13

Definite Integral best method to double check answers?

A problem I am dealing with is finding the Definite Integral, from 1 to 2, of (4x^3 – 3x^2) dx:

I understand that you integrate, Plug in upper limit then subtract lower limit. my answer comes out to f(x) dx = 8 is this correct? 

 

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David U. answered • 08/01/13

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Maurizio T. answered • 07/27/13

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