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what is the area bounded by the curve cos[x] within ranges of pi and 0

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- Thread starter mathelord
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what is the area bounded by the curve cos[x] within ranges of pi and 0

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Hurkyl

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Sounds like a good problem. Have you tried doing anything with it?

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one word:"integration" use that ;)

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BJ

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what eventually becomes the answer

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it's no h/work,i just posted it here.pls what will the answer be

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I hope this **isn't** homework! I'ts very badly phrased if it is. The curve y= cos(x) doesn't "bound" any area and, since y is negative for x> [tex]

\frac{\pi}{2}[/tex], it's not clear what area you are talking about.

How about giving us more information about exactly what question you are asking. How did this problem come up?

\frac{\pi}{2}[/tex], it's not clear what area you are talking about.

How about giving us more information about exactly what question you are asking. How did this problem come up?

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leright

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It could be 0 or 2, depending on the context of the problem. :tongue2:

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