Find the exact length of the curve. x=e^t+e^-t y=5-2t 0<t<3 I can simplify the problem to root((e^2t-e^-2t)+2)dt but I'm unsure how the heck I go beyond that point.
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Originally Posted by some_nerdy_guy Find the exact length of the curve. x=e^t+e^-t y=5-2t 0<t<3 I can simplify the problem to root((e^2t-e^-2t)+2)dt but I'm unsure how the heck I go beyond that point.
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