Calculate the double integral of the area between the function $$x^2+y^2=25$$ and the line $$y=-x+5$$ in the first quadrant. Now, I am unsure how to choose the bounds for y, I understand that the ...
The following integral can be computed using the substitution $x = 4\sin\theta~$ and then proceeding with $dx = 4\cos\theta~ d\theta~$, and evaluating the integral of $\cos^4\theta~$: ...
I got this question on my Maths exam today, and the Department of Education has stated it is on the syllabus, but none of the three textbooks I could get my hands mention anything about it. One ...