find the length of the curve r(t) = <2t, t^2, 1/3t^3> I did this r'(t) = <2, 2t, t^2> |r'(t)| When I take the integral, I don't know how to solve for it. Thanks in advanced.
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Originally Posted by khuezy find the length of the curve r(t) = <2t, t^2, 1/3t^3> I did this r'(t) = <2, 2t, t^2> |r'(t)| When I take the integral, I don't know how to solve for it. Thanks in advanced. First, what are the boundaries on t? Second, the integral is , for This is not much of a hassle to integrate. Does this make sense? --Chris
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