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Evaluate the integral

Mathematics
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\[\int\limits_{1}^{4} (x-5)/\sqrt{x}\]
|dw:1352265825543:dw|
Can you find the antiderivative now?

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(2/3)x^(3/2)-10x^(1/2)
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I got that far i just keep getting weired numbers
So we have: |dw:1352266048741:dw|
You can ignore the constant of integration because the cancel out.
Wait. This is simply plugging in and solving.
yes
i ended up with 2 but thats not right
Wait. Let me solve.
I got 16/3 .
thats not right
Are you SURE?
Computer rejected it
Try -16/3 . If that's wrong, I disagree with the answer.
that worked thanks
Okay then!
So they wanted the net area hmm...

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