Let C be the portion of the curve y = 2*sqrt(x) between (1,2) and (9,6) (explination is more important than the answer) Find
Last edited by Ranger SVO; Nov 16th 2006 at 04:27 PM. Reason: More explination
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Originally Posted by Ranger SVO Let C be the portion of the curve y = 2*sqrt(x) between (1,2) and (9,6) (explination is more important than the answer) Find When I see the I take that to mean the line intetgral with First we have to parametrize the curve, If you let, and Thus, Thus, But, this integral is easy to evaluate, use substitution,
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker When I see the I take that to mean the line intetgral with First we have to parametrize the curve, If you let, and Thus, Thus, But, this integral is easy to evaluate, use substitution, Good explanation, but a few mistakes. Let and . Then So = -Dan
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