uh having more homework trouble.... Determine the area of the given region under the curve. y = 1/x^6 i feel stupid for not getting this one

Not going to happen. If you are doing this for a class you need to understand what you are doing, and why you are doing it, or you are just digging yourself into a big hole. Math, especially higher math is based on understanding abstract principles. If you take the easy path lead you to the darkside it will.

are you serious? it took me all of a minute to figure it out. have you been paying any attention in your calc class?

is it .193? if thats right, wow, i haven't even learned this in school, wikipedia might actually be useful for something wiki says its the antiderivative F(b)-F(a). antiderivative is (-1/5)x^(-5) substitute a little, and yea.

Fugedaboutit. In the thirty or so years since they taught me that crap I've never needed to know the area under any curve.

another day, another homework problem pinkshirt can't solve. 10 years from now he's going to be posting up "how do i get my girlfriend pregnant?". that's all providing he graduates species from goats to humans

wow i actually helped pinkshirt do his homework. and why are you doing homework on a sunday before christmas?

I'd actually call it more Thermodynamics , the natrual Gas law. On my Thermo Final I had to derive that !

its due tonight at 12.... its online next question i have is Find the value(s) of c guaranteed by the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals for the function over the given interval. c = +/- ___________

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Answer_to_Life,_the_Universe,_and_Everything after finding this i STILL dont get it