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  • 5 years ago

find an expression for the area under the graph of f as limit ( do not evaluate de limits) f(x)=1+x^4 2<=x<=5

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  1. anonymous
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    integrate wrt to x using limits of 2 and 5

  2. anonymous
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    can u show step by step

  3. anonymous
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    ok, first, you integrate 1, which becomes X.

  4. anonymous
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    then, you integrate x^4 using the power rule

  5. anonymous
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    can you do that?

  6. anonymous
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    x+x5/5

  7. anonymous
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    x+x^5/5

  8. anonymous
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    noo,, wait.. im doing antidivative,, i dont know

  9. anonymous
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    no, you got it. Ok. So, evaluate at the upper bound, 5, and then the lower bound, 2. then subtract the upper bound from the lower bound.

  10. anonymous
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    ok let me try

  11. anonymous
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    reverse what I said, you need to subtract the lower bound from the upper bound.

  12. anonymous
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    3

  13. anonymous
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    i havent evaluated it yet, lemme try

  14. anonymous
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    wait... i subtract the lower from upper 5-2 =3

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    :(

  16. anonymous
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    no, you have an integrated expression which needs to be evaluated... So, X+x^5/5----plug in 5 for x then plug in 2 for x and subtract your answers

  17. anonymous
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    ohhhh

  18. anonymous
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    i have the answer figured, and I'll check yours for you when you get it.

  19. anonymous
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    583

  20. anonymous
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    ?

  21. anonymous
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    um, not what I got.

  22. anonymous
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    i pluged 2 in 2+2^5/5 5+5^5/5

  23. anonymous
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    so 2+32/5=42

  24. anonymous
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    evaluated at your upper bound you should have 630. Your lower bound should be 42/5. Subtracting the two should give you 621.6.

  25. anonymous
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    2+32/5=42/5

  26. anonymous
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    yeaa

  27. anonymous
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    =D you got tripped up on the arithmetic. But you know how to integrate, and that's important.

  28. anonymous
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    jajajaajjaja

  29. anonymous
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    627-8.4=618.6

  30. anonymous
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    ??

  31. anonymous
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    :)

  32. anonymous
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    upper bound should be 630.

  33. anonymous
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    630-8.4=Correct

  34. anonymous
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    wow,,, no that bad in aritmetic lol

  35. anonymous
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    calculator..:) ok what shoul i do after?

  36. anonymous
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    thats it hot rod. Done. You just figured out the area under a curve.

  37. anonymous
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    noww need to estimate de distance using L and R

  38. anonymous
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    ? huh?

  39. anonymous
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    wait.. i have to checp to here i am ok

  40. anonymous
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    oh, crap wait.... you weren't supposed to evaluate at the limits were you?

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