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Ti89: calculating an integral returns another integral when I require answer in terms of Pi.

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Am I missing something? Just divide by π, meaning your calculator computes 6 * int(sqrt(…….) instead of 6π * int(sqrt(…)), and hopefully you’ll get 24.

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