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    Have you tried plugging in 3 to your answer for Q3. c) ?
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    Have you tried plugging in 3 to your answer for Q3. c) ?
    yeah i got 1.
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    yeah i got 1.
    Oh sorry, my mistake. F(t)=0 for t<3. So to calculate F(4), compute F(4) - F(3), which should leave you with the area under the F curve between 3 and 4 (which is what you need).
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    Oh sorry, my mistake. F(t)=0 for t<3. So to calculate F(4), compute F(4) - F(3), which should leave you with the area under the F curve between 3 and 4 (which is what you need).
    what about the next question what do you do when you have to things you need to integrate and work out?
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