Math Central - mathcentral.uregina.ca
Quandaries & Queries
Q & Q
. .
topic card  


definite integral

list of
. .
start over

4 items are filed under this topic.
The integral of a sum 2016-03-10
From Rahul:
How to solve definite integral of a sum. The specific problem is as follows,
Integral of ( 1+ sum of x^k, k=1 to k=n), x=0 to x=b *dx.
The answer is b + sum of b^(k)/k, k=2, to k=n+1. I understand only the integral of first term. But integral of the sum I do not understand at all.

Answered by Penny Nom.
A definite integral 2009-02-09
From Mathata:
Evaluate: integral from 0 to 1, x^2 e^x^3dx
Answered by Harley Weston.
The integral of f(x)dx and the integral of f(x-4)dx 2009-01-02
From Katie:
Calculus: If the definite integral from -2 to 6 of f(x)dx=10 and the definite integral from 2 to 6 of f(x)dx=3, then the definite integral from 2 to 6 of f(x-4)dx= ?

I don't understand how to solve definite integrals when the function has something more than just x inside the parenthesis such as f(4-x).

Answered by Robert Dawson.
An indefinite integral 2000-05-03
From Bonnie Null:
I am to find the indefinite integral of: (ex - e-x)2 dx
Answered by Claude Tardif.



Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.



Home Resource Room Home Resource Room Quandaries and Queries Mathematics with a Human Face About Math Central Problem of the Month Math Beyond School Outreach Activities Teacher's Bulletin Board Canadian Mathematical Society University of Regina PIMS