Assume that we have functions f(x) and g(x) so that ∫−13f(x)dx=−1,∫35f(x)dx=4,∫−11g(x)dx=3,∫15g(x)dx=2 Determine ∫−15(2f(x)−5g(x))dx.
Assume that we have functions f(x) and g(x) so that
Answer & Explanation
Skilled2021-02-15Added 97 answers
Using difference rule, we get:
the constant can be taken out of the integral, hence we get:
splitting the above integrals, we get:
plugging in the given values of these integrals, we get:
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