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    Integration problem !!

    Hi.
    I have put the questions in an attachment.
    For question 4.a) I'm not sure what it's asking for. Does it mean the area between 0 and 3? Any ideas ?

    For question 4.b) and 5 unsure on the integration.

    For question 6.b) How do i explain why this shows that the equation Inx - e^(-x) has only one solution ??????

    Thanks Stacy Goodwin
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    Quote Originally Posted by stacyg View Post
    Hi.
    I have put the questions in an attachment.
    For question 4.a) I'm not sure what it's asking for. Does it mean the area between 0 and 3? Any ideas ?

    For question 4.b) and 5 unsure on the integration.

    For question 6.b) How do i explain why this shows that the equation Inx - e^(-x) has only one solution ??????

    Thanks Stacy Goodwin
    Sorry but this looks like an assignment that might count towards your final grade. MHF policy is to not knowingly provide help with such questions. Thread closed.
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