Calculus Examples

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The Root Mean Square (RMS) of a function over a specified interval is the square root of the arithmetic mean (average) of the squares of the original values.
Substitute the actual values into the formula for the root mean square of a function.
Evaluate the integral.
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Multiply the exponents in .
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Apply the power rule and multiply exponents, .
Multiply by to get .
By the Power Rule, the integral of with respect to is .
Simplify the answer.
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Write as a fraction with denominator .
Multiply and to get .
Evaluate at and at .
Raise to the power of to get .
Reduce the expression by cancelling the common factors.
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Factor out of .
Cancel the common factor.
Rewrite the expression.
Divide by to get .
Raise to the power of to get .
To write as a fraction with a common denominator, multiply by .
Write each expression with a common denominator of , by multiplying each by an appropriate factor of .
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Combine.
Multiply by to get .
Combine the numerators over the common denominator.
Simplify the numerator.
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Multiply by to get .
Multiply by to get .
Subtract from .
Simplify the root mean square formula.
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Simplify the expression.
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Multiply by to get .
Multiply and to get .
Subtract from to get .
Reduce the expression by cancelling the common factors.
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Factor out of .
Cancel the common factor.
Rewrite the expression.
Rewrite as .
Multiply by .
Simplify.
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Combine.
Raise to the power of .
Raise to the power of .
Use the power rule to combine exponents.
Add and to get .
Rewrite as .
Combine using the product rule for radicals.
Multiply by to get .
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