Ok, I've been doing work for about 4 hours straight and I think my brain is fried. I know this is easy, it is just not working in my head.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway, the problem is this:

Integrate the sqrt(4x) + sqrt(4x) on the interval 0 to 1

I get, (8^3/2)/3 + (8^3/2)/3 but apparently this is not right. I'm probably forgetting something I'll hit myself in the head for . Any help though?

Thx,

MathGnome

PS: This is not homework.

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# Homework Help: Integrate sqrt problem

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