Given 0∫5f(x)dx=10 and 5∫7f(x)dx=3, (by the way, that means the intervals for the first one are 0 and 5, and the 2nd one is 5 and 7)
(a)0∫7f(x)dx and (b)0∫5f(x)dx
I wasn't sure how to do this, because there were no variables, so I thought f(x)dx=3, but then the intervals are different.
So for like the first one, I know that the intervals are [0, 7]
Then what we're integrating is f(x)dx
But I'm a bit confused on how to start off with that.
I'm used to integrating when given an equation, but this one is giving the function.
Can someone explain to me?