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## jennychan12 2 years ago how do you find the C value given a point? (substitution-integrals)

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1. shining

you should put the initial conditions

2. jennychan12

so the integral is $-\frac{ 1}{ 3 } (4-x^2)^{\frac{ 3 }{ 2 }}$ given the point (2,2)

3. mahmit2012

put point to the functions include C so it's going to find out.

4. jennychan12

$\frac{ d }{ dx } = 4x+\frac{ 4x }{ \sqrt{16-x^2} }$

5. mahmit2012

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6. jennychan12

ohhh nvm i gots it

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