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    adding integrals

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    my assignment is to design a wine decanter using inegration methods. is it possible to have 2 very complex functions which r integrated and add them together to make a new function??

    the two functions which i have are. they have been integrated

    e-0.64x (-156.25x2-487.5x-762.5)
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    72.0716x-16.92cos(x)-0.5sin(x)cos(x)

    if possible how would i do it??
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    Lightbulb Re: adding integrals

    Quote Originally Posted by lolo6456 View Post
    heyy

    my assignment is to design a wine decanter using inegration methods. is it possible to have 2 very complex functions which r integrated and add them together to make a new function??

    the two functions which i have are. they have been integrated

    e-0.64x (-156.25x2-487.5x-762.5)
    and
    72.0716x-16.92cos(x)-0.5sin(x)cos(x)

    if possible how would i do it??
    These two curves look like:


    Instead of wine decanter you might obtain a pot smoking glass!
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    Re: adding integrals

    they arent the original function though the original functions have domains i had to integrate them so that i could obtain the volume of the amount of alcohol it would hold.
    the orignial functions are (10XE^-0.32) and 8.46+sin(x)
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