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Find a curve through the point (1,1) whose length integral is

[itex] L = \int_{1}^{4} \sqrt{1+ \frac {1} {4x}} dx [/itex]

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PS: Is this the right place topost it? I just thought that differentiation is closely connected to integration.

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# Length Integral Problem

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