∫a.da dt dt if a(2)=2i-j+2k a(3)= 4i-2j+3k the limits on the intergral should be 3 and 2 and it should be da/dt aprently the answer is 10 but i cant see how to do it help appreciated thanks
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a.da/dt dt
Originally Posted by smile! ∫a.da dt dt if a(2)=2i-j+2k a(3)= 4i-2j+3k the limits on the intergral should be 3 and 2 and it should be da/dt aprently the answer is 10 but i cant see how to do it help appreciated thanks it is a substitution problem in disguise make a substitution, the result follows Hint: differentiating implicitly we find that
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