Convert the above indefinite integrals into definate integrals using the intervals [0,1]. (a)int sqrt(a^2-x^2)dx (b)int sqrt(1-x^2)dx

Kye 2020-10-26 Answered
Convert the above indefinite integrals into definate integrals using the intervals [0,1].
(a)a2x2dx
(b)1x2dx
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Sally Cresswell
Answered 2020-10-27 Author has 91 answers
Here instruction says only convert the indefinite integrals into definite integrals using the intervals [0,1], so we will convert it only. If you want to solve it please submit your question with instruction.
Explanation:
To convert the indefinite integrals into definite integrals using the intervals [0,1], we use the concept
Integration of f(x) in the interval [a,b]
f(x)dx,[a,b]
abf(x)
a).
a2x2dx,[0,1]
Here upper limit is 1
and lower limit is 0
Definite integral is:
b).
1x2dx,[0,1]
Here upper limit is 1
and lower limit is 0
Definite integral is:
011x2dx
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