I can not seem to get the correct answer on the following integral. Integral from (1-x) up to 2 of (2x+2-y)/(4) dy Please show the steps so i can see what I am doing wrong. Thanks
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Originally Posted by PensFan10 I can not seem to get the correct answer on the following integral. Integral from (1-x) up to 2 of (2x+2-y)/(4) dy Please show the steps so i can see what I am doing wrong. Thanks It's interesting that your integrand has both x and y. Is this what you really want
Now that's what I call steps (must be a dance teacher)
Yes, that is what I want. The answer the book gives is (5x^2+6x-y)/8 It contains both x and y because its a double integral. I cant get the first part.
Originally Posted by PensFan10 Yes, that is what I want. The answer the book gives is (5x^2+6x-y)/8 It contains both x and y because its a double integral. I cant get the first part. Can you give the whole problem (i.e as in the double integral)?
Yeah here it is: i will use S to denote integral S(from 0 to 1)S(from (1-x) to 2) of (2x+2-y)/(4) dydx
Originally Posted by PensFan10 Yeah here it is: i will use S to denote integral S(from 0 to 1)S(from (1-x) to 2) of (2x+2-y)/(4) dy dx Did you get this?
Thats the correct answer, but not what i got. Not sure where I was making my mistake. Thanks
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