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Integrate 11*-*(16+x^2)^0.5 from -41*1 to 1

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$-9599.855970968054$

Step-by-step explanation

Problem to solve:

$\int_{\left(-41\cdot1\right)}^{1}11\left(-1\right)\sqrt{16+x^2}dx$
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Multiply $-41$ times $1$

$\int_{-41}^{1}-11\sqrt{16+x^2}dx$
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Take the constant out of the integral

$-11\int_{-41}^{1}\sqrt{16+x^2}dx$

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Answer

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