I dont haveany ideahow to do this...

I also dont know how to do the notation for the forums, so please bear with me

f(x)dx + f(x)dx

the first one's interval is 2(top), 0 the second is 3(top) 2 bottom.

thanks

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- Dec 14th 2011, 05:40 PMNecroWinterWrite expression as a single integral
I dont have

**any idea**how to do this...

I also dont know how to do the notation for the forums, so please bear with me

f(x)dx + f(x)dx

the first one's interval is 2(top), 0 the second is 3(top) 2 bottom.

thanks - Dec 14th 2011, 05:44 PMAckbeetRe: Write expression as a single integral
You mean simplify this:

$\displaystyle \int_{0}^{2}f(x)\,dx+\int_{2}^{3}f(x)\,dx?$

Incidentally, the code I used to produce this was

[TEX]\int_{0}^{2}f(x)\,dx+\int_{2}^{3}f(x)\,dx?[/TEX]. - Dec 14th 2011, 05:46 PMNecroWinterRe: Write expression as a single integral
- Dec 14th 2011, 06:02 PMAckbeetRe: Write expression as a single integral
Try taking a look at the additivity of integration property here. Does that give you an idea?