Rectangle R = {đ â¤ đ â¤ đ /đ; đ â¤ đ â¤ đ /đ} Find the volume of the region bounded above by the surface z = 2 sin x cos y and below by the rectangle R. Thank you so much if you answer...

Rectangle R = {đ â¤ đ â¤ đ /đ; đ â¤ đ â¤ đ /đ} Find the volume of the region bounded above by the surface z = 2 sin x cos y and below by the rectangle R. Thank you so much if you answer...

the limits of the integrals are ln 2 to 0 and ln 5 to 1 and (2x + y) is to the power of e Thank you do much if you could answer this :)

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find the volume generated by revolving the region between them about the x-axis: f(x)=2 and g(x)=cos(x) [0,Pi/2]

Use the Shell Method to compute the volume of the solids obtained by rotating the region enclosed by the graphs of the functions y=x^2, y=8âx^2 and to the right of x=1 about the y-axis.

I just need to see how the integral would be set up. From there I ca solve on my own.

Use the limit definition to evaluate the definite integral fnInt (2x^3+3)dx lower bound-2 upper bound - 6. (Use right endpoints for c sub-i and equal subintervals

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After taking the integral I have (1/7)tan^7x+C-(1/5)tan^5x-C. I got this by breaking a tan^2x off and converting it into sec^2x-1. My question is what happens to my C when I have C-C?

In integration, it is given as: Integration of 1/(1-x^2)^(1/2) = sin^-1 (x) and Integration of 1/(1-x^2)^(1/2) = - cos^-1 (x) Does this...

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integrate f(t) cos (n*pi*t)/T/2)dt with limit T/2 and 0

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