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integration

Postby Hell0 » Wed Jul 30, 2014 8:18 am

so i'm starting my summer assignment for ap calc (early right?) and i need some refreshing lol:

......4
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1+4t^2

from 0 to 1/2

(ignore the periods, just to get it in the middle)

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Postby stapel_eliz » Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:42 am

Hell0 wrote:......4
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1+4t^2

from 0 to 1/2

To learn how to format math in textual form, please try here. For now, is the following what you meant?

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If not, please reply with corrections. If so, please reply with confirmation, and provide a clear listing of your efforts so far, such as what inverse-trig derivative you tried to apply, or whatever other method you have attempted. Thank you! :wink:

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Re: integration

Postby Hell0 » Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:40 am

yeah that's correct. i haven't tried anything, which is why i said i need to be refreshed lol.

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Re: integration

Postby buddy » Thu Jul 31, 2014 2:56 pm

Hell0 wrote:yeah that's correct. i haven't tried anything, which is why i said i need to be refreshed lol.

We don't do online classes here. If you don't remember enough to know where to get started (like "integration" or "inverse-trig" stuff like they said in the other answer) then you probably need to hire somebody who can spend the next month or so teaching you last year's stuff again. Otherwise use your book and your notes and online stuff like here, here or here.

When you're done reading the links please try your problem. If you get stuck please write back with what you did so far. Thanks.

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Re: integration

Postby Hell0 » Thu Aug 07, 2014 2:46 am

thanks.. i got it, 1/2pi.


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