Find the length of the parametrized curve given by(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x(t)=0t^{3}+9t^{2}+36t

y(t)=-1t^{3}-6t^{2}+15t

for t between 0 and 1.

ok...thats the question. I have tried using the formula L = integral of (dx/dt)^{2}+ (dy/dt)^{2}all square rooted but im not gettin the rite answer...i have a bunch of these questions havent been able to get ne of them...if sum1 cud jst walk me thru this 1 it wud b a lot of help...thx

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# Homework Help: Length of parametic curves

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