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  • 5 years ago

how would you intergate sqrt{s+t}ds dt

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  1. anonymous
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    there shouldn't be 2 d's?

  2. anonymous
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    Never seen that before.

  3. anonymous
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    \[ \int\limits_{0}^{1} \int\limits_{0}^{1} \sqrt{s+t} ds dt\]

  4. anonymous
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    Oh you take the intergral of the inside and then take the interal of the whole thing..

  5. anonymous
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    oh no but it is both terms... hmm..

  6. anonymous
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    It's some 3D plot http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=integrate+sqrt%28s%2Bt%29ds+dt+

  7. anonymous
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    so would you set one as a contasnt then intgrate to s then plug in and solve and integrate to t, but i don"t remenber how to intergrate a sqrt

  8. anonymous
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    you just write the sqrt as x^1/2, and then you have 2/3x^3/2

  9. anonymous
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    I have no idea how you would integrate that tho.. there are 2 variables... you would need an equation to define s in term of t or vise versa... I think the problem is from multi variable calc, which I am not familiar with at all.

  10. anonymous
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    it is, but thank you anyway

  11. anonymous
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    are you in college?

  12. anonymous
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    yes it is cacl 4 homework problem

  13. anonymous
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    i see i see... im taking calc 3 next quarter.. and probably calc 4 after that.

  14. anonymous
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    so your doing all the sequnces and series stuff, and polar stuff now then or no

  15. anonymous
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    Im taking the BC test in like a week, so I'm doing all that now.

  16. anonymous
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    whats is bc, your calc 2 must be different

  17. anonymous
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    calc3

  18. anonymous
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    Its the high school version of calc... BC is calc 1 and 2. calc 3 is in college.

  19. anonymous
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    okay, yea i did that same stuff in high school, still had to take it over in once i got to college, kinda sucked

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