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Explain geometrically why the integral of dx/sqrt(x) for (x, 0,1)= [the integral of dx/x^2 for (x, 1, infinity)] + 1

Including graphs as well.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I graphed both functions and they met at a point (1,1) but i don't really understand how to show it geometrically.

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# Homework Help: Connection between Improper Integrals

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