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75 is what I make it too.
Thanks bob bundy!
directly, where g = 10 t = 3 and u = 10
This assumes s(0) = 0
Q2 The picture below is my view of this problem.
On the left we have the graph of the function for the base.
On the right a 3D represenation of the base with one slice shown rising up in a third dimension.
The slice has area half y^2 and thickness dx
So integrate these to get the volume.
Hi! Help please.