Try .
I'm only posting here because I am not seeing any way to do this in my Text book and my two math help books.
I'm stuck on the first one.Let .
Find
and
I'm trying to use the Additive Interval Property as Shown Below.
Where a= 13, b=16.
So I try:
But keep ending up with the wrong answer, I've resorted by trying different combinations but with no success (even substitution).
It's how to do the second part I can't figure out at the moment now.
I was looking at the wrong formula too.
I need to be looking at :
I'm starting to think that this has something to do with chain rule or compound functions (something along those lines).
That the integration is with respect to .
It's to do with the linearity of integration: if is any constant, thenI'm starting to think that this has something to do with chain rule or compound functions (something along those lines).
It's called the constant factor rule of integration.