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    Plants Growth!

    During June, the growth rate of a stalk of corn is give by L'(t)=0.1e^0.03t, where L(t) is the lenght of the stalk in inches at the end of the t th day of June. Find the accumulated change in the length of the stalk during June.

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    Have you tried \int_1^{30}0.1e^{0.03t}~dt ?
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