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Evaluate the integral length of r(t)=[tihat +t^2jhat]dt from 0 to 2

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I think I should find the length of r(t) first which would be sqrt(t^2ihat+t^4jhat). However I'm not sure how I would integrate sqrt(t^2ihat+t^4jhat).

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# Homework Help: Definite Integral Length of vector r(t)

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