ggrree
  • ggrree
Alright, this is an integration calculus problem, multiple choice. (Written out in the next post)
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ggrree
  • ggrree
let K = \[\int\limits_{-2}^{3} \sin (x ^{1/3})\] which of the following is then true? 1
ggrree
  • ggrree
I understand that since sin is an odd function, we can disregard the integral from -2 to 2, as it equals zero. but I don't understand what to do from there. it leaves me with: \[\int\limits_{2}^{3} \sin x^{1/2}\]
ggrree
  • ggrree
sorry! in my last post I meant to write the integral of sin (x ^1/3), not x^1/2

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ggrree
  • ggrree
How can you do the substitution if the derivative of x^1/3 isn't there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea i realized :(
ggrree
  • ggrree
oh :P

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