Set up an iterated integral to evaluate I=R⌠⌠⌠f(x,y,z) dv, where R is the region in the first octant bounded by the surface z=x+y^2, the cylinders y=2sqrt(x), x=2sqrt(y), and the xy-plane The...

Set up an iterated integral to evaluate I=R⌠⌠⌠f(x,y,z) dv, where R is the region in the first octant bounded by the surface z=x+y^2, the cylinders y=2sqrt(x), x=2sqrt(y), and the xy-plane The...

Evaluate S⌠⌠(∇xF)•ndS where S is the portion of the ellipsoid x^2+y^2+4z^2=4 below the xy-plane, n points to the convex side of S, and F(x,y,z)= <exp{z^2}, z-y, 3xsiny>...

Evaluate the integral (1/sqrt(x^2 - 5))dx on limits of 3 to 4, using the formula: integral of (1/sqrt(x^2 - a^2))dx. Recall that this formula was found by using the substitution x = a cosh t,...

Find an anti-derivative F(x) with F'(x) = f(x) and F(0)=0 f(x)=(1/5)x

∫(x+5)/(√9-(x-3)2) This problem is stumping me! Also the square root is over the whole denominator.

∫1/(√x√(1-x)) dx

If the substitution √(X)=sin y is made in the integrand of: (top of the integral sign is (1/2), bottom of the sign is 0) ∫ ( √(X) )/( √(1-X) )dx, the resulting integral is_____________. A...

The curve is x^3-6x^2+11x-6. I have to prove that the two regions enclosed between the x-axis and the curve are equal. Given is, that the curve cuts the x-axis at x=1,x=2 and x=3. I tried finding...

Find the integral below. ∫∫1_R^ (x+2y) dar={(x, y):0≤x≤3, 1≤y≤4}

Evaluate the integral below given R. (Hint: what is the upper boundary of x?) ∫∫1_R^ xy da R bounded by x=0 y=0y=9−x^2 ...

What is a particular solution of the indefinite integral ∫(2)/(1-x2)dx that passes through (√3 , (Π/2)? a) f(x)=√(3) tan-1x-(Π/6) b) f(x)=2tan-1x-(Π/6) c) f(x)=2tan-1x+...

∫ ( (dx)/√(x2+36) )=_____________ a. ( (√(x2+36)+x)/6 )+C b. ln abs( (x+6)/(√(x2+36)) )+C c. ln ( (√(x2+36)+x)/6...

what integral formula would represent the area between the curves f(x)=-x2+2x+3 and g(x)=x+1 on the interval [-1,2]?

What is the area of the region bounded by the curves y=2(x^2)-7 and y=2/x between x=1 and x=3? Please and thank you!

The Chain Rule for antiderivatives is also known as the ___________________ rule. -derivative -substitution -product -integral

Which trigonometric substitution can be used to evaluate the integral: ∫ ( (dx)/(√(a2+x2)) ) ...? x= a tanθ x=a sinθ x=a secθ

if the substitution √(x)=sin(y) is made into the integrand of (with the upper limit of: 1/2 and the lower limit of: 0) ∫ ( (√(x) )/( (√(1-x) )dx , the resulting integral is _______________...

find the derivative of g(x)= ∫(u+4/u-5)du with upper bound 3x and lower bound 9x g'(x)=?

Evaluate the integral ∫(-9/3√(x-9))dx with upper bound 9 and lower bound 1

Find the derivative of g'(x)=∫(u+4/u-5)du with upper bound 3x and lower bound 9x

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