Hey all, I cant seem to figure out this last question..I have the answer but I cant get the full step by step process. Please help Find the length of the curve: Y = ln x on 1 less than and equal to x less than or equal to square root 3.
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Originally Posted by sikhest Hey all, I cant seem to figure out this last question..I have the answer but I cant get the full step by step process. Please help Find the length of the curve: Y = ln x on 1 less than and equal to x less than or equal to square root 3. use the formula: where is the length of the curve on the desired interval and is the derivative of with respect to
Hey thanks, All that is left to do is change the bounds and solve it..any ideas on how the bounds are changed? Thanks
Hello, sikhest! Find the length of the curve: . .on If you followed Jhevon's advice: . Then: . Let . . and we have: . To change the limits, we have: . . . When , we have: . . . When , we have: . Therefore, the integral is: . Good luck!
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