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ExploringDefiniteIntegrals

ExploringDefiniteIntegrals - GROUP WORK 2 SECTION 5.2...

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Unformatted text preview: GROUP WORK 2, SECTION 5.2 Exploring Definite Integrals I. Let f (x) and g(x) be functions that we know very little about. In fact, all we know is that fff(x)dx = 7, fz4f(x)dx = 5,andf14g(x)dx = 2. Using only this information, compute the following. @fiwmm @jflflfl~faflw (c) jf[8f(x)-7g(x)]dx myfipfeflm 2. Consider this fimction f: Compute the following: @Lfiflflfl wrfiflnm mxfiflnw (ofifmw ...
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