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as the title says... how would I input sin^0.5 0.174 into a calculator?
The question is to integrate, using the trapezium rule: - sin ^0.5 x .dx with 6 intervals of equal width. The boundaries are pi/2 and pi/6. Now, I have setted up a table, but dont know how to substitute the x value into sin^0.5 x??? :confused: :confused:


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as the title says... how would I input sin^0.5 0.174 into a calculator?
The question is to integrate, using the trapezium rule: - sin ^0.5 x .dx with 6 intervals of equal width. The boundaries are pi/2 and pi/6. Now, I have setted up a table, but dont know how to substitute the x value into sin^0.5 x??? :confused: :confused:


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do you just mean sq. root of sinx...if so, first calculate sinx and sq root the answer
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no, its in the heinemann book P2, page 140 Ex. 7C question 3
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when you say sin^0.5 x that is basically the square root of sin x....
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