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x^2 with upper limit =3 and lower limit=1

x^2 with upper limit =3 and lower limit=1

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Blazing Ruler
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9 years ago

Its a bit surprising that you are stuck with this. do you want its solution as limit of a sum method.

By the simple way integral of the given function is x^3/3 so putting the limits we get  9 - 1/3 = 26/3

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