Step 4. You can't just take the square root of everything inside the square root. It doesn't work.
You will need to use integrating rules and finding the antiderivative to solve it.
Hey everyone,
I'm needing to take the integral of the following. However I don't get the correct answer (when I put in the bounds), so I'm wondering if I integrated it wrong somewhere?
The equation is
So I started off by multiplying out the square,
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Square rooted everything:
Integrated it:
Did I do something wrong up there?
Thanks in advance!