Integral help? Needed to find the length of a curve?

the function is r(t)=(e^2t)cos(t)+(e^2t)sin(t)+e^2t evaluated from 0 to 10

the arc length would then be integral from 0 to 10 of sqrt((e^4t)cos^2(t)+(e^4t)sin^2(t)+e^4t)

What would be the integral of that?

1 Answer

  • 8 years ago

    you're a dumbass


    pretty sure it's 0 though

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