Hello, infraRed!
We have: .
Hence: .
Let
Substitute: .
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Hi. In one of my homework problems, I have to find the arclength of
If y' = x^(-1/3), then I believe that translates into
(Not sure how to add the bounds with TEX formatting.)
But I'm not sure what to do with that integral, as u-substitution doesn't seem to apply. Could someone point me in the right direction?
You do \int_0^1f(x)\,dx to get . The "\," just adds a little space - without it, it looks like .
If you mouse over the graphical formula, it gives you the source text. It also usually works to copy the graphical formula and paste it into an input box - it gives you the source text.
- Hollywood