who can help me with calculus??!!

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I can
ok it has tpo do with integrals
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\[\int\limits\limits_{1}^{7} 1/\sqrt[3]{t} dt\]
if \[f(x)=1/\sqrt[3]{t}\] \[F(x)=(3/2)\sqrt[3]{t}^2\] The result is F(7) - F(1) Calculate that for yourself
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\[\int\limits_{3}^{b} 3x ^{2} dx = 37 \]
find the value of b?
\[\int\limits_{3}^{b}\]\[\int\limits_{}^{}3x ^{2}dx = 3x^{3}/3 = x^3\]
substituting the limits we get \[b^3 - 3 ^3 \]
now \[b^3 - 3^3 = 37 \]
\[b^3 =27+37\]
\[b^3=64 \]
\[ b^3 = 4^3 \]
so what happen to the 37?
b=4 is your answer
37 got added with 27
37+ 27 = 54
oh* 37+ 27= 64
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