I am trying to approximate the the area of a curve. I can easily do this, it's just that when I look at a graph of this new problem I do not see it a "shaded region...
So in these problem you are give y in terms of x. Opposite of what I am used to dealing with. Can you still solve for y= if you are given this type of problem?
Replace x with y and y with x so you just tilt the graphs by 90 degree. And the area stays the same.
ThePerfectHacker will this rule work all of time? I mean any time you are given a problem in terms of y instead of x can you just switch the variables and turn in 90 degrees to the right?
ThePerfectHacker will this rule work all of time? I mean any time you are given a problem in terms of y instead of x can you just switch the variables and turn in 90 degrees to the right?
-qbkr21
Yes.
All you are doing is turning you head 90 degrees. That is what engineering professors like to say.