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My question is on how did they determine the limits of integration i.e ##2## and ##3## as highlighted? Thanks
I agree. The graph of the parametric curve ##x = t^2, y = t^3## lies in Quadrants I and IV, and is unbounded. There has to be additional but unstated constraints for the limits of integration that are shown.Frabjous said:I meant that the problem statement did not include the limits, i.e., poorly written.
@WWGD This is not my working rather notes that i came across as indicated by the given internet link;WWGD said:@chwala : It seems in your square root, you're using ##\frac {dx}{dt} ##twice, rather than what I believe is correct, ##\frac {dx}{dt}, \frac{dy}{dt}##