Yes, but the exact value can be found using the u substitution.
Aside from having my (y`)^2 wrong, this is what I was having trouble with. Thanks! I have a graphing calculator, TI 85, but do not know if it can compute arc length. I am sure it can just have not messed with it to find out.
Last edited by Possible actuary; Jun 27th 2007 at 04:01 PM.
Reason: TI 85 not TI 83