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  • 4 years ago

converge /diverge: from 2 to 3: integral 1/ square root of(3-x) dx

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  1. liliy
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    |dw:1334810842851:dw|is this the right answer?

  2. liliy
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    @eliassaab -is this right?

  3. eliassaab
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    The answer should be 2. for x =2, 3-x =1

  4. liliy
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    :(. so what did i do wrong?

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    oh, when i plug in 2, i didnt subract 3-2. .... right, the answer is just 2.

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    @eliassaab ANOTHER medal :)

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