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Unusual applications of integration

One that you see (saw) in chem classes was the "cut and weigh" method of integrating area under the peak for strip chart recorders. https://books.google.com/books?id=igR_jsqfcowC&pg=...
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Unusual applications of integration

Something you can do to generate more diverse problems is to combine the problem types from your textbook. You can also be explicit about the kind of work you want them to show you, and make it clear ...
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