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# Please!

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**The Mix Honorary Guru**
in General Chat

someone integrate 2x^2 - 2x between 0 and 1 for me please

I'm so sure I have the right answer, but my answer sheet says different. *frowns*

I'm so sure I have the right answer, but my answer sheet says different. *frowns*

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## Comments

The Mix Honorary GuruThe Mix Honorary GuruNo way

The Mix Honorary GuruI'm not that good at maths, sorry.

The Mix Honorary Guru*tears all her hair out*

The Mix Honorary Guruok I suck at maths! sorry!

The Mix Honorary GuruThe answer is 1/3... but I get -1/3, and I don't understand why you have to take the negative of your answer.

*sighs*

The Mix Honorary Gurupositive when the area is above the x- axis

negative when the area is below the x- axis

Now why did nobody tell me that before? Fucking useless maths teachers.

The Mix Honorary GuruThe Mix Honorary GuruThe Mix Honorary GuruThe what?

*looks blank*

The Mix Honorary GuruCHILL!!

The Mix Honorary GuruThe Mix Honorary GuruBODMAS though is the order you do your equations in. So first you do the

Brackets, thenDivision andMultiplication, thenAddition andSubtraction.=

BODMASAnd that's all the knowledge I've retained, 2 years on.

The Mix Honorary GuruDon't think so. I did GCSE maths and don't remember any integration.

Mind you, just because I don't remember it doesn't mean very much, I don't remember what happened yesterday either.

The Mix Honorary GuruI'm in Scotland. It's Higher maths, which i'm told is sorta equivalent to ASlevel.