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Azteck
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Maths Joke. :D
Using integration prove that \[int[3(ice)^2]d(ice)=iceberg\]
Hint: Integrate the LHS (Left Hand Side)
Hint #2: d(ice) is just another way of writing dx and "ice" is just x.
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Azteck Group Title
Maths Joke. :D Using integration prove that \[int[3(ice)^2]d(ice)=iceberg\] Hint: Integrate the LHS (Left Hand Side) Hint #2: d(ice) is just another way of writing dx and "ice" is just x.
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\[\int\limits[3(ice)^2]d(ice)=iceberg\]
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Hint #3: Also let the constant be "c"
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Here's the joke for anyone interested. I will integrate myself for you guys to see. \[\huge =(ice)^3 +c\] icecube +sea=iceberg!!!!! :D:D:D:D:D:D
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