I understand how to do it but I get stuck really easily. Like this for example
Yeah it's probably an easy one but I'm not that great with limit of integration. so I get
So here's where I am stuck. I don't know what to do now. I plug those in but I don't know what my limit of integration is supposed to be. This stuff is killing me. I'm trying really hard to understand. Please someone help me.
You really shouldn't let the limits of integration stop you from solving the problem. If you are having trouble finding the new limits, simply forget about them until you have to evaluate your function. Then just "un-substitute" your original function back in place of and use the original limits.
I'm really stressing out over this. I can't even solve a single integral because of this I'm trying to do the ones ahead but they're even more annoying. I might do what you said, xifentoozlerix but I get confused when I reach the end.
Here's what I'm doing:
I then plugged in pi/3 and 0 and the answer I posted before is what I got. I'm not sure where I messed up.