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compute the length of r(t) = <3t, 4cost, 4sint> from t=0 to t=1

i know the formula is integral from 0 to 1 of length of r'(t)

but I keep coming up with 5, and it doesnt seem right, can someone please confirm or deny this. Thanks

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- #1

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compute the length of r(t) = <3t, 4cost, 4sint> from t=0 to t=1

i know the formula is integral from 0 to 1 of length of r'(t)

but I keep coming up with 5, and it doesnt seem right, can someone please confirm or deny this. Thanks

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