I've been using a TI-89 to check my work in my calc class, but I'm not sure how to enter one of the problems. It is:

integrate (from 0 to 16) (x^3 dx)/(x^2+32x+256)

I've never entered dx in the integrand before so is there a way to do it?

sfskseg

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- February 24th 2010, 07:38 PMsfsksegTI-89 Integration
I've been using a TI-89 to check my work in my calc class, but I'm not sure how to enter one of the problems. It is:

integrate (from 0 to 16) (x^3 dx)/(x^2+32x+256)

I've never entered dx in the integrand before so is there a way to do it?

sfskseg - February 24th 2010, 07:59 PMProve It
- February 25th 2010, 01:45 AMmr fantastic
- September 7th 2010, 10:02 PMmatheagle
It's easier to just ban these from class