Last edited by Jaded; September 12th 2007 at 12:37 AM.
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Originally Posted by Jaded Hi there,
I've got this Question , but im unsure of how to find the exact value... heres the info:
Find the Exact Value of ... the integral e^(x/2) dx from 0 to 2.
right so find the integral...
[ 2e^(x/2) ] from 0 to 2
i can work out from my calc.. that the value is 3.4365.. but not the exact value...
and the answer is 2(e - 1) which = 3.4365...
but i have no idea how you'd get the exact value.. ? 2(e - 1) is the exact value
haha thanks for the quick reply..
yeah im tripping...
e^0 = 1
2 x 1 = 2...
2e - 2 ... hahah
ahh im an idiot.. ;-) thanks again
Originally Posted by Jaded PROBLEM SOLVED!!!
hah thanks Do not delete the question!
It may be helpful for someone else!
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