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Double Definite Dilemma (Posted on 2011-03-12) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Each of m and n is a positive integer with m < n.

Evaluate this double definite integral in terms of m and n.

∫ ∫ {√x + √y } dx dy, for x = 1 to m2 and, y = 1 to n2

Note: {u} = u - [u], where [u] denotes the greatest integer ≤ u

*** For an extra challenge, solve this puzzle without the aid of a computer program or, an online integrator.

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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Question square roots | Comment 1 of 2
How do you get the square root symbol?

  Posted by Math Man on 2011-03-13 11:34:57
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