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Integrate. \[\large\int\limits_{-.9}^{.9}\lfloor x^2\rfloor\;dx\]

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    It's Zero. Why didn't I use my head? :(

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    It - is - not - zero. it is DEFINITELY zero. choose different limits.

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    It's Zero because of the floor function and the limits. :/ I feel like kicking myslef, -1 in AIEEE now :( I had perfect 104 it's 99 now :(

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