# intergation

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#1
can you help me to solve it ? but it on the picture and idk where to post the photo
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#3
Who's interrogating you?
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#4
its a subject heheh
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#5
(Original post by tify60)
Minimum p[oint is at which givesyou the value of a, then using this in the equation and putting y=-4 will give b.
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#6
(Original post by tify60)
Minimum p[oint is at which givesyou the value of a, then using this in the equation and putting y=-4 will give b.

and its INTEGRATION NOT INTERGRATION
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#7
i dont understand how to find the equation. sorry for the wrong spelling
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#8
i really dont understand how to do it cause im just helping my brother because my brother is sick but he have homework and the homework is for exam tomorrow. can you help me to do this ? i really try but i dont understand
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#9
(Original post by tify60)
i dont understand how to find the equation. sorry for the wrong spelling
Why not? You've found the values of a and b, yeah? Now just sub these values into the equation
y = x^(2) -ax - b

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#10
Have you thought about using euclidean path integral formulation?
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#11
i even dont understand find the value a and b . im really sorry
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#14
(Original post by tify60)
Differentiate
Put the value x=1 into the differential and use they fact that it is a turning point to find a
Now that you have a use the original equation and the point (1,-4) to find b
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#15
(Original post by TenOfThem)
Differentiate
Put the value x=1 into the differential and use they fact that it is a turning point to find a
Now that you have a use the original equation and the point (1,-4) to find b
y=1-a-b
is it right ?
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#16
(Original post by tify60)
y=1-a-b
is it right ?
no

the first thing you needed to do was differentiate
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#17
(Original post by TenOfThem)
no

the first thing you needed to do was differentiate
how to differentiate ?
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#18
(Original post by Prince.of.Maths)
Have you thought about using euclidean path integral formulation?
What is that?

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#19
(Original post by tify60)
how to differentiate ?
As I pointed out when I replied to your PM

This seems to be way above your current skill level
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#20
(Original post by TenOfThem)
As I pointed out when I replied to your PM

This seems to be way above your current skill level
Maybe instead of being condescending you should direct her to some sort of youtube video or website explaining it

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