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Definite Integral

pleasehelpme

New member
Feb 13, 2014
15
My professor sent out an online work sheet with tons of practice problems, and I'm having trouble with this one, is my answer right? (see link) I chose this because a definite integral has to have limits, correct?

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Jameson

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Jan 26, 2012
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Re: Calculus Definite Integral help?

Hi there pleashelpme, (Wave)

Yep, you are correct. A definite integral must have limits of integration, or bounds. By the way, this is just a practice assignment right? ;) We as a rule can't directly give or confirm answers for graded assignments unless the professor is ok with it.
 

pleasehelpme

New member
Feb 13, 2014
15
Re: Calculus Definite Integral help?

Hi there pleashelpme, (Wave)

Yep, you are correct. A definite integral must have limits of integration, or bounds. By the way, this is just a practice assignment right? ;) We as a rule can't directly give or confirm answers for graded assignments unless the professor is ok with it.
Thanks! No worries, it's only a practice quiz that doesn't count for a grade, but it doesn't give the answers afterwards and most of the questions I was sure about...but not this one.