# Integrate [x^4(1+x)^4/(1+x^2) ] between 0 and 1. Hence explain why ??22/7.

Asked By shenaya On 03/26/2017 07:00

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Hi, Shenaya.
There must be a typo in the problem that you wrote, because the answer to what you wrote is 94/21-pi. To make sure that you're typing the problem the way you intend to, try typing it into wolframalpha.com. It will show you the answer, and it will show you the problem written out the way you typed it. That way you can see if you're typing it correctly.
Sincerely,
Amy

Answered On 04/11/2017 15:50

Answered On 04/11/2017 15:50

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