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- anonymous

how do you do this integral:
∫(t^2)sin(t^3+t^4)√(2t+9t^4+16t^6 )dt
from 0 to 5?

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- anonymous

how do you do this integral:
∫(t^2)sin(t^3+t^4)√(2t+9t^4+16t^6 )dt
from 0 to 5?

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- anonymous

That problem is insane

- anonymous

yah i know

- anonymous

can't use calculator either

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- anonymous

i typed it into wolframalpha.com
it solved the problem but it didnt give the result

- anonymous

I get - 12.01 but after the 01 the number goes even further than that

- anonymous

i dont know if thats the right answer

- anonymous

unless there is another way around it. original problem is fine the line integran \[\int\limits_{}^{} xsin(y+z)ds

- anonymous

oops
lemme do that again

- anonymous

find the line integral:
\[\int\limits_{}^{} xsin(y+z)ds\]

- anonymous

where x = t^2
y= t^3
z=t^4
\[0\le t \le5\]

- anonymous

the answer should be around 15 too

- anonymous

hmm im not sure

- anonymous

thats what the professor told us.

- anonymous

wow not much of a professor lol I thought professor knew everything

- anonymous

well he told us he wanted us to solve it. And that the answer was around 15 to kinda help us i guess. But no clue where to even begin solving that integral

- anonymous

wow i still dont know where to start

- anonymous

yeah same

- anonymous

i think you can use integration by parts here.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integration_by_parts

- anonymous

umm.. not sure how i would approach it with that

- anonymous

well, I don't remember the procedure now. I just know that these type of integrations can be solved using integration by parts. I think the wikipedia page has the description of how to do it. Sorry I can't be of more help.

- anonymous

ok, thanks anyways.

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