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    • 1+1=3 in case y'all didn't know
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    • Mephles 19 oct 2018
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    • If you need a calculator for that integral you’re stupid
      Aetherea 19 oct 2018
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    • That integral is damn simple
      BluePineappleRam 19 oct 2018
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    • Surprisingly simple integrals actually
      Sassytit 20 oct 2018
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    • That literally just says the same thing on both sides of the equation though. Cube root of x squared is the same thing as x to the 2/3 power
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    • Who TF does integrals with a calculator...
      mconroy 19 oct 2018
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    • When the non calculator part is just the same equation just one is simplified and the other is not .
      BROXKINGPUSH 19 oct 2018
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    • Lmao those integrals are the same so it’s true for all real numbers, they’re both 4x + 6x^(2/3) if you just rewrite the radical on the left, no calculus involved because if two things are equal to each other then the equation is true for all real numbers
      Shuntbob 19 oct 2018
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    • You could’ve given a better example. That integration problem is an easy polynomial with the power rule and you don’t have to deal with any advanced integration techniques.
      _DuckOnQuack 19 oct 2018
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    • When the top part is about as easy as the bottom part
      Jmarcs 23 oct 2018
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    • Bitch that integral is easy as fuck
      Moshack98 20 oct 2018
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    • Easy integral... it's -8/5. You don't need a calculator at all
      Runild 20 oct 2018
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    • You don't need calculator to do integrals.
      TheGofather 19 oct 2018
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    • That's an equivalence statement not a problem
      MeowBro 19 oct 2018
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    • Thats an identity not a question
      ras2397 19 oct 2018
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    • This pisses me off cause the top simplifies to 1=1 please revise your meme
      tommykarrick 19 oct 2018
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    • How is that integral proportion hard. They just changed the root to an exponential. Smh.
      Terby1 22 oct 2018
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    • The top part is actually an incredibly simple prood
      mikesicles 20 oct 2018
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    • Integrals aren’t hard.
      PureTrash99 20 oct 2018
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    • That’s an easy integral you don’t need a calculator for it.
      o_gillil 20 oct 2018
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    • That definite integral isn’t even hard tho
      Vine_Life11 19 oct 2018
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    • Everyone who’s taken an intro to calculus class- “ThAt IntEGRaL iS sO EaSy”
      truckydicky 19 oct 2018
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    • The left and right sides are already balanced, all you really need to know is your rules of exponents and just rewrite the equations the same then derivate if needed
      MatthewBahr 19 oct 2018
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    • That integral isn't that hard lmao
      HandyDandy 19 oct 2018
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    • Deadshot2point0 19 oct 2018
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    • The first problem literally equals itself
      puppetmasta 19 oct 2018
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    • To be very honest thats not actually thrd hard
      retarded_pirate 19 oct 2018
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    • Literally the top portion is equal to itself no calculator needed
      DarkOni1015 19 oct 2018
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    • The first part has literally no purpose being an equation
      Praise_be_skiddly 19 oct 2018
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    • You literally dont have to do anything to the top one
      2018SiGuy 19 oct 2018
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    • You don’t need a calculator for that integral, it’s pretty easy
      PeePeeAvocado 19 oct 2018
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    • That's a really easy integral tho, you absolutely don't need a calculator. I literally just did it, the answer is negative (31/10)
      C3P0 19 oct 2018
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    • Boi that integral isn’t any easier with a calculator 🙄
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    • Top one is simple power rule, add 1 to the power of x and then multiply the coefficient by the reciprocal of the resulting exponent. Then just F(b) - F(a) and you’re done
      SwimPoppy865 19 oct 2018
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    • Hey, if you don't know anything about the top equation, or even if you think you know everything about calculus, I would highly recommend checking out 3blue1brown on YouTube and watching his Essence of Calculus series. It's high quality stuff, and the concepts are explained intuitively and visually.
      ryankellybp11 19 oct 2018
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    • The calculus is the same problem. It just changed the exponent using exponent rules. There really isn’t anything to solve.
      Paradox_Guardian 19 oct 2018
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    • Literally that’s the easiest fucking integral ever, though.
      JettGoNyoom 19 oct 2018
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    • For real though, you don't need a calculator on that top part. It's a simple calc 2 problem lol.
      dewuliekmudkip 25 oct 2018
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    • Wait that actually ain’t too bad to integrate
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    • Biiiiitch that top equation is the same fucking thing on both sides 😂
      Mecagogo100 19 oct 2018
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    • You dont need a calculator for the first part you donut
      ProbablyAce 19 oct 2018
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    • Literally the first question isn’t even asking anything, it’s just stating a fact
      Jdawgger 19 oct 2018
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    • That is a pretty easy problem tho
      Danger5 19 oct 2018
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    • If only integrals were that easy
      GeneiRyodan 19 oct 2018
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    • Calculators can’t help on integrals. Unless of course you start taking weighted integrals of sign functions with initial conditions
      Ulfhedinn 19 oct 2018
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    • The cubed root of x squared is the same as x to the 2/3 so both sides are virtually the same, meaning x can be any real number
      Quazerty 19 oct 2018
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    • That’s because you don’t need a calculator for integrals
      Sizzlecorndog 19 oct 2018
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    • That's cause you should be able to do it without a calculator.
      GermFreeAcorn 19 oct 2018
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    • If you’re bitching about taking an integral that easy, then I have some bad news for you
      APMemeHistory 19 oct 2018
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    • Integration's heccin easy
      DogeTheAvenger 19 oct 2018
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    • That’s actually an incredible easy integration
      P__J__C 19 oct 2018
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    • Okay but like the first problem is literally the same thing on both sides just written a different way so x can literally be anything
      JustAComicsGirl 19 oct 2018
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    • What am I even doing for the first one? It's just the same integral equal to itself. Do I prove it? It's like saying 1=1
      Preacher_rob 19 oct 2018
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    • That’s just a simple integration u uncultured swines 🤦🏻♂️
      Mc_curly 19 oct 2018
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    • But you're not solving for anything on the non-calculator section. It's like saying x=x both equations are the same.
      Trixx 19 oct 2018
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    • I mean you shouldn't need a calculator to compute most integrals
      Yu_Raynus 19 oct 2018
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    • That’s because you really can’t use a calculator to derive things unless you’re terrible at multiplication and division
      BabyMouse 19 oct 2018
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    • That calculus bit is already solved btw
      such_feels 19 oct 2018
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    • Calculus niggas be like "the antiderivative of x is 1/2*x^2"
      TaztyPizzaRollz 19 oct 2018
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    • That is a poor example for the non calculator as it's pretty easy. But I get what you're saying
      Weeb_Trash_Senpai 19 oct 2018
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    • ... it’s not some fancy equation where you need to find x, just evaluate the integral from 0 to 1. Doesn’t even have transcendental functions or fractions, shit it’s literally just power rule
      h_m_m_m 19 oct 2018
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    • If you guys think you need a calculator to solve integrals y'all are in for a rough ride when you get to college lol
      Blopp 19 oct 2018
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    • Not to be that guy but thats an easy integral to solve tbh
      Kuro22 19 oct 2018
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    • What that top part of the problem solved nothing, you just changed the exponent to a fraction
      Beastlee12 19 oct 2018
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    • That integral is easy as shit. Y'all don't realize that calculus is entry level math. And I'm talking calc 1, 2, and 3
      TheAnonymou5e 19 oct 2018
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    • The top is literally the exact same equation on both sides
      boyotime123 19 oct 2018
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    • Lol there's nothing hard about that integral nani dafuq
      ragamuffinfl 19 oct 2018
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    • When you get a +C even though it's definite
      amartinez165 25 oct 2018
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    • that top portion if fucking easy
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    • Top bit answer is -2. And honestly there is no part of it that a calculator would be useful on since normal calculators can't do integrals
      Underdog150 25 oct 2018
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    • 2010 + 2018 = 18 years in case y’all didn’t know
      Goobert 22 oct 2018
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    • Putting x to the 2/3 power is the same thing as squaring x and then taking the cube root. The top equation isn’t even a problem, it’s just showing the two expressions are equal
      LavishBunion 21 oct 2018
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    • *still uses calculator just to be certain
      PatriotstilDeath 21 oct 2018
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    • That’s not actually hard lol
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    • That integral isn't even hard lmao
      HumptyMyDumpty 20 oct 2018
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    • You can plug an integral into a calculator no problem.. That's not hard, that's why you can't use one, 0/10 bad meme
      Austin_SOA 20 oct 2018
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    • It's just an integral equation, easy shit
      TaylorHoch 20 oct 2018
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    • That’s just the same equation twice...
      Pyroxx_ 20 oct 2018
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    • the two integrals are equal tho ???
      onion_rings 19 oct 2018
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    • The first one simplifies to -(8/5) = -(8/5) so I don't know what's being asked here. Actual simplfy the statement?
      ShySage 19 oct 2018
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    • The first one isn’t even a question it’s just true
      xFazer 19 oct 2018
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    • ur not even solving anything in the first one?
      TheJokeExplainer 19 oct 2018
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    • But both of this questions are extremely easy
      fatlutuba 19 oct 2018
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    • Integrals are meant to be done without a calculator. What, failing Calculus I? ONE?!
      Flaccid_Meat 19 oct 2018
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    • Assuming the right side of the top on is just a rewrite and not a 1=1 situation, the answer should be 2-(18/5) or -1.6
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    • Okay but the first part isnt even a question. Its just showing that roots are just fractional powers. It has nothing to do with the integral. Its already a completed statement
      Imagine_v2 19 oct 2018
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    • Bounded integrals (especially polynomial ones) make the problem so simple that you wouldn’t even need a calculator
      ShinigamiSteve 19 oct 2018
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    • Yeah but using a calculator for integrals is fucking useless. Once you work it out and get all the numbers plugged in, it’s all simple math
      EatThoseBeez2z2z2 19 oct 2018
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    • When I took Cal II it was easier to solve myself then put it in a calculator. My calculator didn’t like doing integration
      TheMaxamus01 19 oct 2018
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    • Ok that non caculator part isn't really that hard
      ModalSoul 19 oct 2018
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    • You just gotta plug in the limits, deviate, np.
      Mc_Doinks 19 oct 2018
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    • You don’t need a calculator? The answer is all real numbers
      Dwight__Schrute__ 19 oct 2018
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    • Top is like the easiest integral you'll ever see
      cannibalchickens 19 oct 2018
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    • -8/5
      MagicMagistroRP 19 oct 2018
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    • That’s a pretty easy integral to be fair
      xxon 19 oct 2018
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    • Both sides of the equation at the top are the same exact thing
      thes7274473 19 oct 2018
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    • 2-(18/5) is the integral.
      BadQualityDaily 19 oct 2018
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