ok i figured out the last one, but i dont understand how you integrate e^6x + 8e^3 +16.
I know how to do area problems but not with e, so i would appreciate the help.
Sketch the region enclosed by the given curves. Decide whether to integrate with respect to x or y. Then find the area of the region.
y = e^(5 x)
y = e^(6 x)
x = 1
I'm not sure if i'm suppose to rotate it around x=1, which means i need to change it in terms of x. and then i need to find the points and integrate the square of the difference between the e's (but i don't know how to square those terms either)
Find the volume of the solid formed by rotating the region enclosed by
y = e^(3 x)+4
y = 0
x = 0
x = 0.1
for this problem i'm sure you just integrate pi * the square of y = e^(3 x)+4 from 0 to 0.1, but I don't know how to square y = e^(3 x)+4.
any help would be appreciated.
You're asked to calculate an area, not a volume. There's no rotation. Just find the area between the curves. I'm guessing you can do this if you realize it's not a rotation problem.
An an aside though, this is the correct procedure for squaring something with an exponent:
That's correct if you are rotating about the x-axis (y=0), but you didn't say if that was the case. Anyway, this works similar to the first one:Find the volume of the solid formed by rotating the region enclosed by
y = e^(3 x)+4
y = 0
x = 0
x = 0.1
for this problem i'm sure you just integrate pi * the square of y = e^(3 x)+4 from 0 to 0.1, but I don't know how to square y = e^(3 x)+4.
thank you for explaining the integration of the last. so now the last question is solved for me.
but now that i realize the first is an area problem and not an area problem, i'm even more confused. Looking at the sketch of the graphs it looks like it should be in the form of y, but then i don't understand what x=1 is in there for. i'm confused on how to set it up.