can someone help me solve it?
(integral from 0 to 4) dx (integral form x/2 to x^1/2) dy (x^2 - y^1/2)=
I ended up with:
(76/56) - (64*2^1/2)/21 + 64/(15*2^1/2)
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Hey, maybe it's your integral?
Originally Posted by Dogod11 Hey, maybe it's your integral? yes, this is exactly my integral, can you help me with this?
Hello, well, not so difficult, is integrated first with respect to , we can separate into several integrals as follows: = .
Simplify the latter expression, and the integrity of zero to four.
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