can i take the the 2 so it looks like this

= √2(1/√x)dx??

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- Dec 14th 2012, 03:45 PMasilvester635evaluate the definite integral
can i take the the 2 so it looks like this

= √2(1/√x)dx?? - Dec 14th 2012, 03:59 PMPlatoRe: evaluate the definite integral
- Dec 14th 2012, 04:00 PMasilvester635Re: evaluate the definite integral
it will be x^-1/2

- Dec 14th 2012, 04:03 PMPlatoRe: evaluate the definite integral
- Dec 14th 2012, 04:09 PMasilvester635Re: evaluate the definite integral
do i rewrite this?

- Dec 14th 2012, 04:16 PMPlatoRe: evaluate the definite integral
- Dec 14th 2012, 06:33 PMhollywoodRe: evaluate the definite integral
The answer to the original question is yes, .

Plato has a point - you need some proficiency with derivatives before you try to do integrals.

- Hollywood - Dec 14th 2012, 07:09 PMSorobanRe: evaluate the definite integral
Hello, asilvester635!

Quote:

Can i take the the 2 so it looks like this? . . Yes!

Therefore: .

Got it?

- Dec 17th 2012, 03:38 PMx3bnmRe: evaluate the definite integral
You can find the answer to this definite integral like this:

You can check the answer at:

int (2)^(1/2) 1/(x)^(1/2) dx x=1 to 8 - Wolfram|Alpha