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    Find the length of the curve? NO bounds are given.

    Find the length of the curve? NO bounds are given.

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    length of the curve formula



    using wolframalpha I got this

    int sqrt( 1+ ((1-2 x)/(2 sqrt(x-x^2))+1/(2 sqrt(1-x) sqrt(x)))^2) dx - Wolfram|Alpha
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    So, Is there any answer for this thing??

    Thanks
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    To get the bounds, try looking for the natural domain of the original function.
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    Got it. its 0 to 1

    the final answer = 2
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    Hmm. I get the limits as 0 to 1, and the value of the integral as different from yours. Can you post your work?
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