integrate [1 + (y) ^1/2]^1/2 from 0 to 9
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Originally Posted by sean123 integrate [1 + (y) ^1/2]^1/2 from 0 to 9 Dear sean123, Do you mean, $\displaystyle \int_{0}^{9}\left(1+y^{\frac{1}{2}}\right)^{\frac{ 1}{2}}dy$
Try the substitution $\displaystyle y = (s-1)^2$ and see how it goes...
yes, i think that's what sean123 means, i have the same problem that i can't solve
Last edited by confusedgirl; Apr 10th 2010 at 07:04 PM. Reason: wrong reply
Originally Posted by confusedgirl yes, i think that's what sean123 means, i have the same problem that i can't solve Dear confusedgirl, Then maddas' substitution will surely solve the problem.
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