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165 Answered Questions for the topic Integration

Integration Calculus Trigonometry

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Trigonometric Substitution Integration

4.) ∫((9-25x^2)^(1/2)*dx)/(x^2)
Integration Calculus Trigonometry

4d

Trigonometric Substitution Integration

3.) ∫(dx)/((x)*(9+25x^2)^(1/2))
Integration Calculus Trigonometric

4d

Trigonometric Substitution Integration

4.) ∫((9-25x^2)^(1/2)*dx)/(x^2)
Integration Calculus Trigonometry

4d

Trigonometric Substitution Integration

3.) ∫(dx)/((x)*(9+25x^2)^(1/2))

Trigonometric Substitution Integration

2.) ∫ ((9+25x^2)^(1/2)*dx)/(x^2)
Integration Calculus Trigonometry

4d

Trig Substitution Integration

Evaluate the Following:1.) ∫ (dx)/(x^2*(9-25x^2)^(1/2))2.) ∫ ((9+25x^2)^(1/2)*dx)/(x^2) 3.) ∫(dx)/((x)*(9+25x^2)^(1/2))4.) ∫((9-25x^2)^(1/2)*dx)/(x^2)

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Integration By Parts

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Integration by parts

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Integration by parts

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Integration by Parts

Integration Calculus Precalculus

06/01/20

Fundamental theorem of Calculus

Given that D(t) is a continuous and diffrentiable function . Also D(0) = 0 , D(5) = 120 and D(20) = 200 , simplify the integral using fundamental theorem , ∫ D'(t/4)dt inthe interval 0<t... more
Integration Calculus Calculus 2

05/11/20

Calculus Question HEEELP!!

Let, x^2f(x) = ∫ e^(-t^2) dt xfind the critical points of f(x) WITH DETAILS . note: integral from (x) to (x^2).
Integration Calculus Calculus 2

05/11/20

CALCULUS QUESTION HEEELP ASAP!!!

If f is integrable on [a, b], show by example that : tF (t) = ∫ f(x) dx ais continuous but need not to be differentiable.note: the integral from (a) to (t).
Integration Calculus Calculus 2

05/11/20

Can Somebody HEEELP PLEASE!!! ASAP

Definition: A function p (t) is a probability density function provided it satisfies the following properties:1. p (t) >= 0 for all t,2. integral from (negative infinity ) to ( infinity) of p(t)... more
Integration Calculus Calculus 2

05/11/20

HARD CALCULUS QUESTION, HEEELP!!!

If f is integrable on [a, b], show by example that : tF (t) = ∫ f(x) dx ais continuous but need not to be differentiable.note: the integral from (a) to (t).

05/11/20

If f is integrable on [a, b], show by example that

show by example that: tF (t) = ∫ f(x) dx ais continuous but need not to be differentiable.note: the integral from (a) to (t).
Integration Integrals Calculus 2

04/13/20

Integrals: Inverse Trigonometric

Integrate: dx/[sqrt(8+6x-9x^2)] Please show step by step solution. I have 1/3 arcsin (3x-1) + c as an answer, is that right?
Integration Math Calculus

04/07/20

hi i need assistance with this question

Find the volume of the solid that results when the area of the region enclosed by y 2  = 4x, x = 4, and y = 0 is revolved about the y axis.
Integration Math Calculus

04/06/20

Verify the conclusion of​ Green's Theorem by evaluating both sides of the equations for the field

Verify the conclusion of​ Green's Theorem by evaluating both sides of the equations for the field F = - 3yi + 3xjTake the domains of integration in each case to be the disk R: x2 + y2 ≤ a2 and its... more
Integration Calculus Trigonometry

04/04/20

are sine and cosine equal for non-acute complementary angles?

for example, when writing a proof, is it logical to write the following:cos(-ø)=sin(π/2+ø) (∵ the cosine of an angle is equal to the sine of its complementary angle)I ask because this... more
Integration Calculus

03/23/20

Find the area of the region bounded by the curve y=x^3-2x^2-5x+6

Integration Calculus Precalculus

12/19/19

Given two equation, find intersect point, enclosed area and need to sketch graph!

Determine each of the following.i. Sketch 𝑦1 and 𝑦2 in the same graph.ii. Shaded the area of the region bounded.iii. Find the intersection points.iv. Find the enclosed area.

12/18/19

Identify the critical points of the function. & Determine the intervals on which the function increases and decreases.

answer each of the following questions.i. Identify the critical points of the function.ii. Determine the intervals on which the function increases and decreases.
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