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# Math help please ! - double integral

6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Not sure if i have done this question right i would appreciate anyone who could solve it for me who is good at math and let me know what answer you get !.....
and yes i have used wolframalpha but i am a bit sceptic on wether i have inputed it correctly etc.

I get a negative exponential btw
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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scott1295

haha , mechanical engineering believe it or not !:w00t: :thinking:
#4
I worked it out to be 5.

I didn't use wolframalpha, I guessed.

:P
#5
LM290
haha , mechanical engineering believe it or not !:w00t: :thinking:

Do you not treat the two integration bits seperately and then multiple the answers from the 2 collecting like terms etc.
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scott1295
Do you not treat the two integration bits seperately and then multiple the answers from the 2 collecting like terms etc.

yup correct, however in the lecture the examples give gave simple answers lik 28/3 etc. for this i get ( - 1673895616/ 165 ) :w00t: so i am a bit unsure if i am doin it correct, my mate gets totally different answers from me so would like another outside opinion
#7
worked longhand get approx -million like your calc
#8
I got 8008135 (or should that be moobies) :oops:
#9
where in the world (work place) would you need to use/have that info :thinking:

i remember having an argument with my maths teacher many moons about algerbra & i said to him i'd never need to use it & i was right !
#10
Basically you integrate wrt y first and substitute the 2x^3 and 3x limits for y. You then integrate resulting expression wrt x and then put in the 2 , 4 limits that gives result

hth
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hughwp
Basically you integrate wrt y first and substitute the 2x^3 and 3x limits for y. You then integrate resulting expression wrt x and then put in the 2 , 4 limits that gives result

hth

yeah :o :thinking: :?
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hughwp
Basically you integrate wrt y first and substitute the 2x^3 and 3x limits for y. You then integrate resulting expression wrt x and then put in the 2 , 4 limits that gives result

hth

done that but its the value i want incase my basic maths fails me like it usually does :roll:, it looks like somone else tried it and got the same as me so im happy with that :)

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