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ikhwanz
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find the length of the curve y=(x/2)^(2/3) from x=0 to x=2
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ikhwanz Group Title
find the length of the curve y=(x/2)^(2/3) from x=0 to x=2
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how to use this formula \[L =\int\limits_{a}^{b} \sqrt{1+(dy/dx)^2 dx}\]
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that is exactly what you use
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take the derivative, square it, add 1, take the square root and integrate
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first need to find dx/dy first because dy/dx cannot =0
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