Hi, Could someone please check the answer for this? I keep coming up with an answer of 32/225. However the answer sheet has it as 16/225. The question is evaluate the integral of 4/(1+2t)^3 on the interval of [1,2]
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Originally Posted by Craka Hi, Could someone please check the answer for this? I keep coming up with an answer of 32/225. However the answer sheet has it as 16/225. The question is evaluate the integral of 4/(1+2t)^3 on the interval of [1,2]
Do you pull the 2 out to the front of the integral due to it being a derivative of 1+2t and also a factor of the numerator?
Originally Posted by Craka Do you pull the 2 out to the front of the integral due to it being a derivative of 1+2t and also a factor of the numerator? Yes, I pulled the 2 our solely to accentuate the derivative of the quantity 1+2t being in the numerator, it is not neccasary
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