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MoarGrades
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So if you graph f = (x^3)(e^x^2) and F = (1/2)(e^x^2)(x^2-1), its integral, from 0 to 1, F starts out much larger than f, and then f become starts growing much much faster than F. Shouldn't F be the one growing the fastest, as it's supposed to be the area under f?
Why does F grow slower than f? It makes no sense to me.
Why does F grow slower than f? It makes no sense to me.