and then find how would i work this out? cheers
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Any constant can be moved inside and outside of an integral freely. So: Now if we simply use the definition of integral bounds, we can construct these bounds by combining others. Multiply by 3 and I get an answer of 21.
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Originally Posted by Jameson Any constant can be moved inside and outside of an integral freely. So: Now if we simply use the definition of integral bounds, we can construct these bounds by combining others. Multiply by 3 and I get an answer of 21. ahh okay, do you do the same thing for part (b)? ? EDIT: Sorry i understand now
yes it is possible to change x with another variable like j and the intgral remain the same.
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