   Chapter 12.2, Problem 52E

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# Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 47-52, evaluate the definite integral. ∫ − 1 1 ( t i + t 3 j + t 3 k ) d t

To determine

To calculate: The simplified value of the definite integral 11(ti+t3jt3k)dt.

Explanation

Given:

The definite integral is 11(ti+t3jt3k)dt.

Formula used:

If r(t)=f(t)i+g(t)j+h(t)k, where f, g, and h are continuous function on [a,b], then the definite integral of r is:

abr(t)dt=[abf(t)dt]i+[abg(t)dt]j+[abh(t)dt]k

Calculation:

Consider the following definite integral:

11(ti+t3jt3k)dt

Evaluate the above integration and substitute the limits

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