Calculus
posted by Rajeev
6.] Replace the integral in exercise 5 (int. (1/ 1 – t) dt a = 0, b = 1/2with ?1/(1+t) dt with a = 0, b = 1, and repeat the four steps.
a. integrate using a graphing utility
b. integrate exactly
c. integrate by replacing the integrand with a Taylor series and integrate term by term.
d. rewrite your answer to c using summarization notation and equate it to your answer in part b.
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