### All Calculus 2 Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #534 : Integrals

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**Correct answer:**

First, integrate. Remember to add one to the exponent and also put that result on the denominator:

Now, evaluate at 4 and then 1. Subtract the results:

Simplify to get your answer:

### Example Question #535 : Integrals

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

First, integrate. Remember to raise the exponent by 1 and also put that result on the denominator:

Evaluate at 2 and then 0. Subtract the results:

### Example Question #536 : Integrals

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

First, integrate. Remember to raise the exponent by 1 and also put that result on the denominator:

Now, evaluate at 2 and then at 1. Subtract the results:

Simplify to get your answer:

### Example Question #537 : Integrals

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**Correct answer:**

Step 1: Integrate:

Step 2: Evaluate at the upper limit:

Plug in .

Step 3: Evaluate at the lower limit:

Plug in .

Step 4: Take the valuation at the lower limit and subtract it FROM the upper limit:

The integration of is

### Example Question #538 : Integrals

Evaluate:

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**Correct answer:**

Step 1: Take the antiderivative of each term:

Step 2: Put all the antiderivatives in step 1 together based on the signs in the integral...

Step 3: Plug in the upper and lower limits:

Upper Limit is , lower limit is .

Plug in :

Plug in . Since all terms have , the value will be

Step 4: Subtract the value of the lower limit from the upper limit:

The value of this integral is .

### Example Question #539 : Integrals

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**Correct answer:**

First, integrate this expression. Remember to raise the exponent by 1 and then also put that result on the denominator:

Now, evaluate at 2 and then 0. Subtract the results:

Simplify to get your answer:

### Example Question #540 : Integrals

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**Correct answer:**

First, take the 4 outside of the integral sign and rewrite the radical as a fractional exponent. It's easier to visualize that when integrating:

Now integrate. Remember to raise the exponent by 1 and also put that result on the denominator:

Simplify and multiply by the 4 that you took out:

Now evaluate at 2 and then 0. Subtract the results:

### Example Question #171 : Definite Integrals

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**Correct answer:**

First, integrate. Remember to add one to the exponent and also put that result on the denominator:

Now, evaluate at 2 and then 1. Subtract the results:

### Example Question #172 : Definite Integrals

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

First, integrate. Remember to raise the exponent by 1 and also put that result on the denominator:

Now, evaluate at 4 and then 1. Subtract the results:

Simplify to get your answer:

### Example Question #173 : Definite Integrals

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

First, integrate. Remember to raise the exponent by 1 and also put that result on the denominator:

Now evaluate at 4 and then 2. Subtract the results:

Simplify to get your answer:

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