How's the best way to approach this using integrals some way or the other? I am confused... A rocket takes off in a path described by the equation . Find the distance travelled by the rocket (rounded to the nearest km) for , to
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Originally Posted by Ife How's the best way to approach this using integrals some way or the other? I am confused... A rocket takes off in a path described by the equation . Find the distance travelled by the rocket (rounded to the nearest km) for , to Would the distance traveled by the rocket be the length of the curve from x=4.6 to x=6.7?
Originally Posted by ione Would the distance traveled by the rocket be the length of the curve from x=4.6 to x=6.7? Well this is what i was unsure about...
but i tried it and i got a solution of 134km.. is that about correct? or totally off...?
Originally Posted by Ife but i tried it and i got a solution of 134km.. is that about correct? or totally off...? That's what I got
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