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August 20, 2014

Homework Help: Calc

Posted by Anonymous on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 8:07pm.

If we know that the definite integral from -6 to -3 of f(x) equals 6, the definite integral from -6 to -5 equals 2 and the definite integral from -4 to -3 equals 4 then:

What is the definite integral from -5 to -4? I know that this is zero.

But then what can we say about the definite integral from -4 to -5 of not just f(x) but 6f(x)-2?

i'm lost! I thought it would just be zero... Thank you!

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