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Definite integration by substitution

I just need a check on this, the book and I are getting different answers...

The problem and my answer:
http://www.mcschell.com/p14.gif [Broken]

http://www.mcschell.com/p14_worked.jpg [Broken]

The book gives 0.00448438 though. :confused:

Thanks!
-GeoMike-
 
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Your answer looks right. Maybe you copied the question wrong?
 
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Your answer is correct, assuming that you gave us the correct problem.

Nice work, by the way - very neat handwriting!
 

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I'm sure they mistyped the answer in the book.

Daniel.
 
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