find the area between the curves f(x)=(2x)^2 and g(x)=square root of x for the interval [0,3]
 anonymous
find the area between the curves f(x)=(2x)^2 and g(x)=square root of x for the interval [0,3]
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 TuringTest
we are going to need the point where these two graphs intersect, because they will cross each other, can you find that?
 TuringTest
dw:1327193397919:dwwe need the shaded area. Since area is always positive, we always need to subtract the lower area from the upper one, which meant we will need to split up our integral at the point where the graphs cross. To find that figure out when\[f(x)=g(x)\]
 anonymous
I do but I don't get the part the area for the interval [0,3]. Like we need to find the area of the two portions, one from 0 to 1 and one from 1 to 3 or what????
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 TuringTest
yes those are the right intervals
 anonymous
Use Riemann sums, Integration is overrated :P
 TuringTest
so which interval will we want to use\[\int f(x)g(x)dx\]and which will we use\[\int g(x)f(x)dx\]??
@FFM I'm actually reviewing that now
 anonymous
Great, which one do you like most the right or the left one?
 TuringTest
their average :P
 anonymous
hehe :D Can't we use there median? :P
 anonymous
hey wait wait wait for the interval [0,1] we use \[\int\limits_{0}^{1} f(x)g(x)\] and [1,3] we use g(x)f(x) right?
 TuringTest
right :)
 anonymous
Turing is a awesome teacher! :)
 anonymous
@turing test..
your graph is not right...
f(x)=(2x)^2 have minima at x=2, and also x=2 is the solution...
after that it may not cut squareroot of x before 3
 TuringTest
thx, only to good students
@sam I really was only trying to illustrate the intersection, there is no scale, so it flies for our purposes
 TuringTest
(1,1) is the intersection
 anonymous
do you know how to find that area by calculator?
 TuringTest
no, I know how to find it by integrating
 anonymous
how? I can't find the area for [1,3] by calculator
 anonymous
YOu could use Mathematica :)
 anonymous
Turning Test: thanks for your help. :) I'm trying to get the answer. FoolForMath: keke i know right. but it takes so long
 TuringTest
\[\int_{1}^{3}g(x)f(x)dx=\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}(2x)^2dx=\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}(44x+x^2)dx\]got it from here?
 TuringTest
\[=\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}(44x+x^2)dx=\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}4+4xx^2dx\]...equals blah blah
It's just algebra after integrating
 anonymous
ok I'm confused now ~.~
 TuringTest
where did you get stuck?
did you understand everything I typed so far?
 anonymous
you didn't type the one from [0,1), did you?
 TuringTest
no, I though you only were having trouble with the second
Is that just because you did the other with a calculator? lol
...I'll type out what we have so far while you respond.
 anonymous
:) hey I got the answer but it's probably wrong. cuz I got the answer from my teacher. my answer is 2.46 and his answer is 3.797.
 TuringTest
\[\int_{0}^{1}f(x)g(x)dx+\int_{1}^{3}g(x)f(x)dx\]\[=\int_{0}^{1}(2x)^2x^{1/2}dx+\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}(2x)^2dx\]\[\int_{0}^{1}24x+x^2x^{1/2}dx+\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}4+4xx^2dx\]...
 TuringTest
\[=2x2x^2+\frac{1}{3}x^3\frac{2}{3}x^{3/2}_{0}^{1}+\frac{2}{3}x^{3/2}4x+2x^2\frac{1}{3}x^3_{1}^{3}\]\[=(22+\frac 1 3\frac 2 3)+[\frac2 3(3\sqrt3)4(3)+2(9)][\frac2 3 4+2\frac1 3]\]...just simplifying from here...
 anonymous
here is what i got after integrating \[[4x 2x ^{2}+ 1/3 x ^{3}2/3x ^{3/2}] [2/3x ^{3/2}4x+2x ^{2}1/3x ^{3}]\]
 TuringTest
that is for the first interval, right?
 anonymous
no, it's for both. ahhhhhhh it's supposed to be + not

 anonymous
I'm sorry if it takes so long. sorry. you dont need to solve it though. I'll try to do it myself. :)
 TuringTest
I am showing both at once here
I made a typo above actually, fixed it here\[\int_{0}^{1}f(x)g(x)dx+\int_{1}^{3}g(x)f(x)dx\]\[=\int_{0}^{1}(2x)^2x^{1/2}dx+\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}(2x)^2dx\]\[=\int_{0}^{1}44x+x^2x^{1/2}dx+\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}4+4xx^2dx\]\[=4x2x^2+\frac{1}{3}x^3\frac{2}{3}x^{3/2}_{0}^{1}+\frac{2}{3}x^{3/2}4x+2x^2\frac{1}{3}x^3_{1}^{3}\]\[=(42+\frac 1 3\frac 2 3)+[\frac2 3(3\sqrt3)4(3)+2(9)][\frac2 3 4+2\frac1 3]\]\[=(2\frac1 3)+2\sqrt3+6(\frac1 32)=10\frac2 3+2\sqrt3\]I don't think that is the answer you wanted, so I must have made an arithmetic mistake somewhere.
This is why I usually don't do the definite integration myself. Unless I happen to spot my mistake it will be your job to find it. I know my formulation is correct.
 TuringTest
Oh I found the typo I think...
 TuringTest
I dropped a term at the end\[\int_{0}^{1}f(x)g(x)dx+\int_{1}^{3}g(x)f(x)dx\]\[=\int_{0}^{1}(2x)^2x^{1/2}dx+\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}(2x)^2dx\]\[=\int_{0}^{1}44x+x^2x^{1/2}dx+\int_{1}^{3}x^{1/2}4+4xx^2dx\]\[=4x2x^2+\frac{1}{3}x^3\frac{2}{3}x^{3/2}_{0}^{1}+\frac{2}{3}x^{3/2}4x+2x^2\frac{1}{3}x^3_{1}^{3}\]\[=(42+\frac 1 3\frac 2 3)+[\frac2 3(3\sqrt3)4(3)+2(9)9][\frac2 3 4+2\frac1 3]\]\[=(2\frac1 3)+2\sqrt33(\frac1 32)=1\frac2 3+2\sqrt3\]which is the answer stated by your teacher.
You got lucky I found it, I was gonna make you do it ;)
 anonymous
whoa you're a genius. thanks a lot. i'm trying to find my mistake here. thank you thank you
 TuringTest
please do look for it, it's all about practice, I'm no genius
your welcome, good luck :D
 anonymous
yeyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy i got it. Thanks TurningTest
 TuringTest
very welcome!
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