Prove. prove that integral from a to b x dx=(b^2-a^2)/(2) using the definiton of a Definite Integral.
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You need to remember that using the following formula you may evaluate the given integral such that:
`int x dx = x^2/2 + c`
You need to remember the fundamental theorem of calculus that...
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