Theorem 4 says that if f is integrable on [a,b], then where and My question is I have ; so but by taking the antiderivative I get 42.
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Originally Posted by amthomasjr Theorem 4 says that if f is integrable on [a,b], then where and My question is I have ; Your is incorrect, it should be
Ah, I see. Forgive me for wasting your time.
Originally Posted by amthomasjr Ah, I see. Forgive me for wasting your time. You learn by asking. Sounds trite, but it's true. You wasted no one's time. -Dan
Originally Posted by Plato Your is incorrect, it should be Instead of getting 6 + 54, I get -12 + 54. Thanks
Originally Posted by amthomasjr I get -12 + 54. But which is correct.
Yes, that is what I meant. Thank you
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