Solve the problem. a) Suppose that \int_{-9}^{-6}g(t)dt=6. Find \int_{-9}^{-6}\frac{g(x)}{6}dx and

Osvaldo Apodaca 2021-12-13 Answered
Solve the problem.
a) Suppose that 96g(t)dt=6. Find 96g(x)6dx and 69g(t)dt
b) Suppose that h is continuous and that 33h(x)dx=4 and 36h(x)dx=12. Find 36h(t)dt and 63h(t)dt
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Answered 2021-12-14 Author has 33 answers
Step 1
a) 96g(t)dt=6
96g(x)6dx=11
1696g(x)dx=16x6=1
Step 2
69g(t)dt=?
{abf(x)dx=baf(x)dx}
()69g(t)dt=()x(1)96g(t)dt=(+)96g(t)dt=+6
{96g(x)d6dx=1+69g(t)dt}=+6
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Janet Young
Answered 2021-12-15 Author has 32 answers
b) 33h(x)dx=4, 36h(x)dx=12, 36h(t)dt
36h(t)dt=33h(x)dx+36h(x)dx
{36h(t)dt=8+63h(t)dt=+8}
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