Hi I am having trouble trying to integrate this equation: how would i approach an expression like this? Do i integrate the inside and then the outside? P.S
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Well, the original question asked to find the length of arc of between x=0, y=3 I used the length of arc rule: This is where i was stuck:
Originally Posted by Paymemoney Well, the original question asked to find the length of arc of between x=0, y=3 I used the length of arc rule: This is where i was stuck: Dear Paymemoney, I have some problems regarding your question. You want to find the arc length of is'nt? What is the second equation ??? How did you get this? Do you want to find the arc length of this curve too??
Originally Posted by Sudharaka Dear Paymemoney, I have some problems regarding your question. You want to find the arc length of is'nt? What is the second equation ??? How did you get this? Do you want to find the arc length of this curve too?? opps srry my mistake the equation is only
Originally Posted by Paymemoney opps srry my mistake the equation is only Dear Paymemoney, You have simplified incorrectly, Can you continue from here??
Originally Posted by Sudharaka Dear Paymemoney, You have simplified incorrectly, Can you continue from here?? yes, thank you, i worked it out
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