How do you know when you can move something outside the integral to be later multiplied by the integrated function? For example, vs. And please remember, this is Calculus I. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by cinder How do you know when you can move something outside the integral to be later multiplied by the integrated function? For example, vs. And please remember, this is Calculus I. Thanks. Hello, if you've got a constant factor (-3 or 2 or or e or ...) then you can put it outside the integral. With sums you can sometimes split the integral into two or more (maybe simpler) integrals. Greetings EB
Originally Posted by earboth Hello, if you've got a constant factor (-3 or 2 or or e or ...) then you can put it outside the integral. With sums you can sometimes split the integral into two or more (maybe simpler) integrals. Greetings EB If you have , can you make it giving ?
Originally Posted by cinder If you have , can you make it giving ? Hello, you've got it. Exactly what you should (or can) do. Greetings EB
Originally Posted by earboth Hello, you've got it. Exactly what you should (or can) do. Greetings EB Thanks for the help!
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