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## Homework Statement

Here is the problem:

## The Attempt at a Solution

I can see that as x increases, the deeper the water gets, but I can't figure out my limits of integration.

If somecan just give me the limits, I think I would be all set.

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Here is the problem:

I can see that as x increases, the deeper the water gets, but I can't figure out my limits of integration.

If somecan just give me the limits, I think I would be all set.

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jhae2.718

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The depth of the pool is modeled by D(x)=1+x^{2}/175.

According to the problem, the pool is 25 meters long. This is from the shallow end to the deep end.

Knowing that your interval should be as long as the length of the pool, what do you think you should use?

According to the problem, the pool is 25 meters long. This is from the shallow end to the deep end.

Knowing that your interval should be as long as the length of the pool, what do you think you should use?

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Edit: Whoops, a little late!

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0 to 25?

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Yup.

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thanks so much guys. Feel like an idiot.

Feels good to solve a problem.

thanks again. Will definitely post back again.

Feels good to solve a problem.

thanks again. Will definitely post back again.

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