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Let me attach the one I am doing now that doesn't have an answer attached to it.

now that I know what im looking at yes lol

thats the exact same one; only with a sqrt7 lol

cheat like crazy: use the computer.

we know the integral goes to \[s+s^{-1/2}\] tho so thats a start

43 to go!

when we use the bottom limit we get:
\[1-2 = -1 right?\]

\[s -2s^{-1/2}\] i meant to type

\[s - \frac{2}{\sqrt{s}}+1 \rightarrow s=\sqrt{7}\] is?

\[\sqrt{7} -\frac{2}{\sqrt[4]{7}}+1\]

essentally its just:
\[F(\sqrt{7})-F(1)\]
\[F(s) = s-{2\over\sqrt{s}}\]

ok.....

yay!!

and for shorthand:
4rt(7) is easier to read thru

ok, then here's my answer: Let me get the equation thing and do it that way.

\[\sqrt{7}-2/\sqrt[4]{7}+1\]

thats it

Is that right?

yeah, :)

lets try one that is not 'exactly' the same lol

yeah, ow that i aint gotta read your mind it should be easier ;)

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