Compute integral x on top, -1 on bottom, sin(t^2) times 2t dt I have a calc final in three hours and I don't know how to solve this problem.
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Originally Posted by masterofcheese Compute integral x on top, -1 on bottom, sin(t^2) times 2t dt I have a calc final in three hours and I don't know how to solve this problem. substitution ... let substitute and reset the limits of integration ...
Last edited by skeeter; June 6th 2009 at 02:38 PM. Reason: corrected the typo that Spec caught ... thanks.
Skeeter, I understand your solution except for the new limits: 1 and . Why did you introduce new limits to the integral and how did you get them? Thanks
He made the substitution , and since we get His final answer is correct, but he made a typo in the process by the way.
I have one negative comment. I find it absolutely astounding that someone three hours away from a calculus final exam would not see at once that .
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