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Geometry problems Use a table of integrals to solve the

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Problem 33E

Geometry problems

Use a table of integrals to solve the following problems.

Find the length of the curve y = x2/4on the interval [0, 8].

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Problem 33E

Geometry problems  Use a table  of integrals  to solve the following problems.

Find the length of the curve  y=  on the interval [0,8].

Step 1;

If  is a continuous on [a,b] , then the length of the curve y = f(x) , a  is

L =  dx.

If we use Leibniz notation for derivatives , we can write the  arc length formula as follows:

L =   dx.

Step 2 of 3

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