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revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object
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comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object
I don't understand which two are identical.
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comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object
Ok, that last edit should do it.
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revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object
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comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object
Ah man, so many mistakes I overlooked. I am editing this right now.
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Just edited the main post.
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comment Finding the Anti-derivative
can you please explain to me how i would tackle this using substitution from the stage $du = 2dx$ back into $\int u^2$ ?
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comment Finding the Anti-derivative
well, if i were to tackle this using substitution, i am to let $u$ = $2x+5^2$. i know that $\frac{du}{dx} 2$ then i solve for $du$ to get $du$ = $2dx$. so i have $\int u^2\$ , now how do i go about plugging $du$ = $2dx$ back into $\int u^2$ ?
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comment Finding the Anti-derivative
where does the $\frac{1}{2}$ come from?
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comment Finding the Anti-derivative
Where does the $10$ come from, and why did you place $\int$ before all the $x$'s in $4$, and $10$, but after $25$?