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if f(x) approximate g(x) within 1/3000 for 10

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- anonymous

you always come up with the damndest questions
but lets say \(f(x)=0\) and \(g(x)=\frac{1}{3000}\) which is as far as it can be
then \[\int_{10}^{12}f(x)dx=0\] and
\[\int_{10}^{12}\frac{1}{3000}=\frac{2}{3000}\]

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a more sophisticated way to answer would be to say that
\[\int f -\int g =\int (f-g)\leq \int \frac{1}{3000}=\frac{2}{3000}\]

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an even more sophisticated way to answer would be to use absolute values, but enough already

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did you get an answer to that series with the squares? that bedevilled me for a while

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the series with squares? which one..i don't even remember..lol

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\[x+2^2x^2+3^2x^3+4^2x^4+...\]

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or maybe it started with 1, i don't remember but i could not figure out how to get that square there

- anonymous

i think the series is e^x expansion and minus first two term....lol right?

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yeah right
your questions vary from more or less immediately obvious to wtf with very little in between

- anonymous

maybe a bi-polar professor?

- anonymous

i don't know ..i'm taking an online calculus...it's really frustrate me

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