Find the length of the graph of y= from(1, - ) to (4, )
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Originally Posted by evansf Find the length of the graph of y= from(1, - ) to (4, ) The arc length formula is So Unfortunately, this form shows that the integral is going to turn out to be an elliptic integral. It cannot be calculated by hand, only approximated. -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Unfortunately, this form shows that the integral is going to turn out to be an elliptic integral. It cannot be calculated by hand, only approximated. ¿? It can be computed
Hello, evansf! Find the length of the graph of: . . from to Arc Length Formula: . We have: . Then: . And: . . . . . . . Hence: . Therefore, we have: . . . . Can you finish it?
Originally Posted by Soroban And: . You might want to take a look at your FOILing here. -Dan
Originally Posted by Krizalid ¿? It can be computed Are you are saying that I goofed and it is not an elliptic integral, or are you merely saying that it can be approximated (fairly) easily? -Dan
Put it at the integrator -- Ohhh, Soroban made a mistake there
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