Evaluate the indefinite integral. I'm having trouble how to start. Do I factor out the x to make it ∫√x√16-x dx?
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Originally Posted by emurphy Evaluate the indefinite integral. I'm having trouble how to start. Do I factor out the x to make it ∫√x√16-x dx? Complete the square: So you have Now let , so you get: Integrate and plug back in for using .
I got this to be my answer and the integral came out to be sin2t+x+c is this correct?
Originally Posted by emurphy I got this to be my answer and the integral came out to be sin2t+x+c is this correct? You can check your answer by differentiating it. You can also use this website: Wolfram|Alpha
it didnt have it but could you check the if i did the integration for correctly?
Originally Posted by emurphy it didnt have it but could you check the if i did the integration for correctly? You can check it at the website whose link I gave you.
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