Not looking for the solution but just a nudge in the right direction. thanks
Last edited by Jonroberts74; Dec 8th 2013 at 04:34 PM.
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Originally Posted by Jonroberts74
Not looking for the solution but just a nudge in the right direction. thanks you'll drive yourself nuts trying to parameterize all these function bits so just use geometry.
The integral (antiderivative) is the area under the curve... plus a constant. In this case they've given you indirectly what the constant must be.
Just use geometry to figure out the various areas involved and add that constant.
always easier than one would think, thank you