Single Variable Calculus James Stewart Answers

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Can somebody help me INTEGRATE a couple of these?

integrate symbol = {
rad = x^(1/2)



and if not, then does anybody have the answers/solutions to EVEN-NUMBERED questions for the James Stewart Single Variable Calculus 5E textbook???

ugh :(

Probably the reason no one answered this question is because we can’t figure out what the question is.

I’m guessing that “rad” stands for square root. But it is not the least bit clear what is and what is not under the square root. Use parentheses to show that.

Here is a square root symbol √
Here is an integration symbol ∫

Use them along with parentheses.

James Stewart problem 23 section 7-1

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