Posted by Scott on Thursday, January 21, 2010 at 3:33am.
Suppose f(x)=2x^2x^3 and g(x)= sin(pix/2).
a) What is the exact value of the integration from 0 to 2[f(x)g(x). Find numerical approximation of this value. What does the value of this integral tell you about the areas of the regions beteen the two graph

Calculus  bobpursley, Thursday, January 21, 2010 at 9:07am
I am uncertain of your questions about the three things you are asked to do.
The first is easy
The second you have to decide on the numerical model, I would use .1 divisions of x.
On the third, compare the value of the integral of 2(f(x)g(x)) to the value of INT sin(PIx/2). That will be revealing.
Repost if you have a specific question.
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