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I know [tex]\sqrt{}(1-X)[/tex] can be rewritten as (1-X)^1/2 and then you use the power rule to integrate but that gives you

(1-x)^3/2

------------

3/2

2(1-X)^3/2

--------------

3

My book shows

-(1-X)^3/2

------------

3/2

instead

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- 165

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I know [tex]\sqrt{}(1-X)[/tex] can be rewritten as (1-X)^1/2 and then you use the power rule to integrate but that gives you

(1-x)^3/2

------------

3/2

2(1-X)^3/2

--------------

3

My book shows

-(1-X)^3/2

------------

3/2

instead

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