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Arc Length Problem?
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A) Find the length of the arc of the hyperbolic spiral rÎ¸ = a lying between r = a and r = 2a ? (3)
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That statement is true.
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Integral of âˆš1+secx?
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How do you integrate #int sqrt(9-x^2)/x^2# by trigonometric substitution?
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How do you integrate #int sqrt(9-x^2)/x^2# by trigonometric substitution?
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#cscx=1/sinx=1/sinx*secx/secx=secx/(sinxsecx)=secx/tanx#
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How do you integrate #int 1/(x^2sqrt(4+x^2))# by trigonometric substitution?
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What is the antiderivative of (dx)/(x sq. rt. (x^2 - 100))?
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#cscx=1/sinx=(1/cosx)/(sinx/cosx)=secx/tanx#
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What is the arc length of #f(x) = sinx-cos3x # on #x in [pi/8,(pi)/6] #?
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How do you find the distance travelled from #0<=t<=1# by an object whose motion is #x=e^tcost, y=e^tsint#?
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