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ajay91 Hey,
This is actually a high school maths question but we're doing calculus so...?
okay, well this is what my maths question says:
From other sources, find the integral function of the function you were given and hence find the definite integral of your function between x=2 and x=5.
My function is 4^x and we are able to just do this with solvers on the internet, or finding methods on the internet, so I'm fine with that. I'm just unsure about exactly what the question wants.
Do I find the integral function of 4^x and then find the definite integral of that or do I just find the definite integral of 4^x straight out?
Any answer would be greatly appreciated
Thanks so much,
Anna