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 MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST BACKGROUND INTEGRATION

 Q1. Physically, integrating  means finding the     area under the curve from a to b area to the left of point a area to the right of point b area above the curve from a to b   Q2. The mean value of a function f(x) from a to b is given by      Q3. The exact value of  is most nearly 7.8036 11.807 14.034 19.611  Q4. The exact value of the integral     for                  1.9800 2.6640 2.7907 4.7520   Q5. The area of a circle of radius a can be found by the following integral Q6. Velocity distribution of a fluid flow through a pipe varies along the radius, and is given by v(r).  The flow rate through the pipe of radius a is given by

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