If you consider a definite integral as limit of a 'Riemann sum' is...
(1)
In our case is so that...
(2)
Now is...
(3)
... and...
(4)
... so that (1) becomes...
(5)
Kind regards
Hi guys, im given this question:
With the given equation 2^t + t^2, find the area between 0 and 1 via:
i) finding certain limits.
ii) Fundamental theorem of calculus.
Can someone show me what to do for part i). I really dont know what to do.
For part ii, i was wondering if this is correct: Integrate 2^t and t^2. That becomes 2^t = 2^t / ln2 + t^3/3 and then put in the values of 0 and 1 respectively. Is it the right way?
Thanks guys
If you consider a definite integral as limit of a 'Riemann sum' is...
(1)
In our case is so that...
(2)
Now is...
(3)
... and...
(4)
... so that (1) becomes...
(5)
Kind regards