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    Determinig curve on a interval...

    I have another question..

    On what interval is the curve..

    y = (t^2)/ (t^2 + t + 2) from interval (0 X)

    I have no idea how to do this Please help
    Last edited by Jgirl689; February 23rd 2010 at 09:43 PM.
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    It looks like you are missing part of the problem. Can you double check the problem and state it exactly as given?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumist View Post
    It looks like you are missing part of the problem. Can you double check the problem and state it exactly as given?
    y = (t^2)/ (t^2 + t + 2) from interval (0 X)
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    Is it at all possible that the problem is asking you to integrate
    \int_0^X \frac{t^2}{t^2+ t+ 2} dt?
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