Hello everyone, Here is a question ive been trying to solve for hours. Id really appreciate your help. * A curve passes through the point (25,3) and is such that dy/dx=1/2√x. Find the equation of the curve Thank you in advance, Rob
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Originally Posted by Oasis1993 Hello everyone, Here is a question ive been trying to solve for hours. Id really appreciate your help. * A curve passes through the point (25,3) and is such that dy/dx=1/2√x. Find the equation of the curve Thank you in advance, Rob Integrate this : Then substitute 25 into x and 3 into y to find the constant .
Originally Posted by mathaddict Integrate this : Then substitute 25 into x and 3 into y to find the constant . could you please integrate it for me? I have big trouble integrating numbers which have a square root.
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Originally Posted by Oasis1993 could you please integrate it for me? First of all , bring the constant out . Then if you integrate , it becomes Then don forget the plus c .. since its an indefinite integral
Originally Posted by Oasis1993 I have big trouble integrating numbers which have a square root. You're expected to realise that and then use the usual rule for integrating .
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