hi, i'm sorry i'm asking alot, but that time i need help(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

here the question says:

* Verify the inequality without evaluating the definite integrals:

(integration [x^2] from 0 to 1) >= (integration [x^3] from 0 to 1)

i can't solve that question without evaluating the integral

so how can i start it???

thank u alot ...and any efforts will be appreciated

N.B. if anyone please could inform me how to write mathematical equations in a better form.

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# That one i can't get it

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