Need help in math
posted by anton .
evaluate
integral of x+1 going from 3 to 2.
i.e
2
∫ x+1 = ?
3

Need help in math 
drwls
Integrate x+1 from 1 to 2, and integrate x1 from 3 to 1.
Add the results.
[x^2/2 +x]@2  [x^2/2 +x]@1 = 4 + 1/2 = 9/2 That's the first part. You finish it
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