These integrals don't make any sense. I know the basics but these are out of my legaue. I don't even know how to write the integral for that it has a top number and a bottom number to it. So ill give it a shot :
1) ∫^1 and the bottom is 0 then (4x^3 - 2x)dx
2) ∫^pie(3.14) and the bottom is pie/2 then (sin2x dx)
3) ∫^2 and the bottom is 0 then [3dx/ (4x +1)^1/2]
I know its confusing to read but i really need help on this to be ready for my quiz. So thanks for the help.
Integrate the function exactly as you normally would for an indefinite integral (one with no values at the bottom and top). After it is integrated, evaluate it like this:
integral from a to b of f'(x) = f(x) from a to b = f(b) - f(a)
You can copy my example almost exactly.