How do I integrate |x-3| from 0 to 6?
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Originally Posted by Esiuol How do I integrate |x-3| from 0 to 6? $\displaystyle \int_0^6 |x-3| dx = \int_0^3 |x-3| dx + \int_3^6 |x-3|dx$ $\displaystyle \int_0^3 -(x-3) dx + \int_3^6 x-3dx$
Hello, Esiuol! How do I integrate: .$\displaystyle \int^6_0 |x-3|\,dx$ If you make a sketch, you don't need Calculus . . . Code: | \ | / 3* * |:\ /:| |:::\ /:::| |:::::\ - /:::::| - - + - - - * - - - + - - | 3 6
| \ | / 3* * |:\ /:| |:::\ /:::| |:::::\ - /:::::| - - + - - - * - - - + - - | 3 6
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