integrate from -2 to 2 sqrt(4-x^4) in terms of an area. i dont even know what it means to integrate in terms of an area, please help!
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I think it means you need to use a Riemann Sum, since at face value I can't see a way to integrate this...
how many rectangles should i do so i dont get negatives under the square root?
Originally Posted by pnfuller integrate from -2 to 2 sqrt(4-x^4) in terms of an area. i dont even know what it means to integrate in terms of an area, please help! you sure the integrand isn't ? the function you posted is undefined at the limits of integration ... ... ??? btw ... y = is a semicircle
Last edited by skeeter; Dec 11th 2012 at 03:46 PM.
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