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if you look at it, it is in terms of y

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Mhmm right
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Ohh okay
Still not quite sure how to approach it xD
put x in term of y, then integrate
So like y^4 ?
correct - then integrate over y=0 to 1 n u will have ur ans :)
|dw:1437187900614:dw| you can think of it like that, I tried writing in latex but it kept messing up lol
Haha no worries! Right so then that should be \[\int\limits_{0}^{1}y^4dy= \frac{ 1 }{ 5 }-0 = \frac{ 1 }{ 5 }\] right?
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haha xD yeah that looks good
LOL ;P totally
Hahaha great! :D
Thanks so much @sdfgsdfgs & @Astrophysics ;D
No problemo, that makes sense right :D
I think I remember this problem from a Stewart Calc textbook :D
Yep! A lot of sense now :D
@nincompoop Thats exactly it!! Damn that memory tho!! :D LOL
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ye
|dw:1437188628495:dw| btw it should be this
Here let me write it out again
I didn't want to point that one out, man
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Wooohoo nice one! xP
where y = is the interval now the function lol
not
Latex been acting up on my computer too....lemme try: \[\int\limits_{0}^{1}y ^{4}dy\] Nope its ok i guess. @Tracy96 u are welcome :)
Haha @Astrophysics gotcha! :D
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