It depends what you are integrating with respect to. Are you integrating with respect to r?Hello I'm trying to integrate Ar^(1/2)
would the answer be?
You forgot to integrate half of that function, your answer would be correct for integrating just x^2 but you didn't integrate the 2.well I know if X^2+2 were integrated it would be 1/3x^3
If you are integrating with respect to r then this is almost correct, but your fraction isn't quite right. What is the rule when you integrate x to a power?I just get confused when it's fractions would it be
You're correct with Ar^(3/2)/(3/2) but you need to add the constant of integration, so the solution is (2/3)*Ar^(3/2) +Cwell it's A*r^(1/2), for example a+bt+bt^2= a^2/2*bt^2/2*bt^3/3, I'm just not good w/ fractions, would it be Ar^(3/2)/(3/2)? or (3/2)Ar^(3/2)?