Hi, in order to integrate this function between 0 and pi/6 I need to solve for the intersection points to find the limits of integration. However, I am totally lost on how to solve it.
Any help would be kindly appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
Hi, so it appears the answers are 1 and pi/6. But if this is the true set of solutions then how can the two functions intersect between 0 and pi/6 radians?
I know this is a bit off topic but perhaps it will help you understand what i'm trying to get at.
I need to find the area between the curves y=6cos(3x) and y=6sin(6x), x=0, x=pi/6... Does the compression factor 3 and 6 have an effect on their intersection in the given interval?
I get the period has been compressed by these factors but I'm not sure how to go about finding the solution in that interval...
Thanks a lot for the help... Do you know of any good texts I can buy to decrease my lack of knowledge with trig functions. Were beginning trig integrals and I feel its going to end badly if I dont increase my knowledge.