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A Definite Integral Problem (Posted on 2006-08-10) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Consider [x] as the greatest integer function of x and {x}=x[x].

Evaluate ∫{√x} dx for x=1 to 484.

NOTE: The greatest integer function is defined as a function that produces the "greatest integer less than or equal to the number" operated upon, symbol [x] or sometimes [[x]]. If the number is an integer, use that integer. If the number is not an integer, use the next smaller integer.

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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re: questionRichard2006-08-10 20:03:22
QuestionquestionGatachiu2006-08-10 18:04:04
SolutionsolutionGatachiu2006-08-10 17:53:19
ConfirmationRichard2006-08-10 14:31:28
SolutionSolutionEric2006-08-10 13:37:48
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