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why cant you take the integral?
what level of precision is expected in the answer? because this could be approximated with a directional field.
vector fields eh..... ive seen them but havent played in them yet :)
its a practice problem on the calculus ab course description
it says not to inegrate?
Sorry, I meant slope field, is it multiple choice or open response?
slopes was my thought to; the slopes indicate the curve..... even outline it
it is multiple choice..
the choices are -1.819 -0.843 -0.819 0.157 1.157
well it doesn't say don't integrate... i just don't know how to integrate it
Then you should be able to construct f based on the slope f' at each x, and knowing that f(0) = 1, see how that process eliminates possibilities and gets you closer to selecting an answer.
oh....that makes sense...but u don't know any other values
That's okay, just start at f(0) = 1 and find f'(0) to know where the point next to x=0 would be and draw it on a graph. Continue this process until you see that some values are more likely than others. Maybe this process will be enough to get down to only one choice.
f'(x)=sin[(pi/2)*(e^x)] this is quite the same as sin(2*5^x)
hi amistre....are u a teacher or a student?lol
i thinks i got it...thanks
with the slopes?
slopes seem easier than the integral lol
i used a graphing calculator and graphed it from -1 to 4 to see the change in slope negative and positive to see if f(x) increases or decreases
amistre64, please show me how to integrate sin(2*5^x)
lol..been working on it :) seems a nightmare
integration is more of an art than a science ;)
never mind it didn't work...the first derivative doesn't help
there aint no sin(ab) identities are there...