Let

Find

and

i found the first part to be -9 because 10+6+x=7 (solved for x)

i just cant get the second part. im just not exactly sure what it wants me to do.

thanks for any help =)

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- November 25th 2009, 03:02 PMmybrohshi5integral addition with given area
Let

Find

and

i found the first part to be -9 because 10+6+x=7 (solved for x)

i just cant get the second part. im just not exactly sure what it wants me to do.

thanks for any help =) - November 25th 2009, 03:37 PMSoroban
Hello, mybrohshi5!

Quote:

Let: .

Find

and

i found the first part to be -9 because 10+6+x=7 (solved for x)

i just cant get the second part. im just not exactly sure what it wants me to do.

The second one is confusing because of the switched limits.

I will switch them myself.

My answer will be theof their answer.*negative*

I have: .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

. . . .

Therefore, their answer is: .

- November 25th 2009, 03:50 PMmybrohshi5
oops i didnt even notice the a and b values switched. either way thank you for the great explanation