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anonymous
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How I am perceiving it is that for each value (like F(4) etc), you are plugging the value in to the x value in the integral. For example, if it was F(4), you would plug 4 into x in the integral, so it would be \[\int\limits_{2}^{4}f(t)dt\]. Since the graph shows that from x = 2 to x =4 the graph dips below the x-axis, I would assume it would be a low value and therefore not your answer.
anonymous
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I need to find which of the values is my answer

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anonymous
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would the answer just be C?
anonymous
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I would think it would be F(1) since the graph is above the x-axis at that point. It wouldn't be F(2) because that would be 0.
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It might be F(0).

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