Working on some homework problems, and kind of stuck. I thought I had a handle on this, but not so much.
Here is the problem:
What I did is take the anti derivative, which is t^5/5.. then plug in the values and subtract. So I get 20^5/5 - x^5/5 to be the answer.. but thats wrong. I don't know if I'm missing a step or doing something wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
The answer was wrong. I eventually did get the right answer, and I will post back with it, I need to log in to the site and get it. BUT, I was missing a step.
Here are the steps: antiderivative, then plug in the limits then take the derivative, then subtract.. then you get the answer. I was so confused. I'm still confused.