Consider one arch of y=sin(x) for 0 <= x <= pi Write an integral whos value is the length of this curve ?? Ok this is my first time seeing a question where it asks to find the Length of a curve ?? so how do i begin ??
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Originally Posted by Khonics89 Consider one arch of y=sin(x) for 0 <= x <= pi Write an integral whos value is the length of this curve ?? Ok this is my first time seeing a question where it asks to find the Length of a curve ?? so how do i begin ?? If you've been asked this question then you must have been taught the arclength formula. Go back and look in your class notes and/or textbook.
hmm are you refering to L= R@ ?? this was in our past exam papers ??? the thing is- it said using integration ???
Originally Posted by Khonics89 hmm are you refering to L= R@ ?? this was in our past exam papers ??? the thing is- it said using integration ??? Read this: Pauls Online Notes : Calculus II - Arc Length (If you're not familiar with this formula I don't know why you're attempting the question you posted).
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