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I know how to find the derivative from sin(x) to cos(x) of sqrt(4x) dx by splitting the integral at 0 and rewriting it and using the integral properties. What I am having trouble seeing is what is a graphical interpretation of an integral like that? Can you point me towards a resource?
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 2 months ago
I know how to find the derivative from sin(x) to cos(x) of sqrt(4x) dx by splitting the integral at 0 and rewriting it and using the integral properties. What I am having trouble seeing is what is a graphical interpretation of an integral like that? Can you point me towards a resource?
 2 months ago
 2 months ago

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\[\int\limits_{\sin x}^{\cos x} \sqrt(4x) dx\] This kind of integral
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The integrand doesn't really matter
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