Find the length "L" of a certain curve given by L= - Im having a hard time with this, any help with be very appreciated -thanks
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Make the following substitution: Also, we must change our limits of our integral: So substituting all these in:
Im sorry im very new to integrals, and need to see all the steps involved in solving this problem so I have an idea on what to do on future problems. -Thank you
This is a must-know integral: where and is some constant. Do you not see how that applies to the last integral I gave you?
is the answer 6.28?
I think i figured this out.. is the correct answer 25.8976?
From where we last left off: Just as you had
That's the correct answer Eric08. See QuickMath, pretty useful for cheking answers.
Originally Posted by Krizalid That's the correct answer Eric08. See QuickMath, pretty useful for cheking answers. You can check answers on Graph 4.3 as well. The only problem is it does not always have "nice" answers like QuickMath does.
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