Hey there
Yes,
Not sure what your last question means..?
Hi, I am trying to find the antiderivative of this problem, but it is not the correct answer.
1/3x^2 dx
I go from that to
3x^-1/-1
what am I suppose to do with this problem?
In addition to that,
I had a question when dividing with /x
so if a problem is 3x^2/x do simply make it 3x^1 is that correct?
And for fractions with roots at the bottom, how do I go to solving that? ex: -1/sqrt(y)
Thanks for any help, especially for the problem at the top.
Coke
As long as x is not equal to 0, yes.
What do you mean by "solve" that? What do you want to do with it? If you just want a different way to write it, perhaps to integrate, you could try .And for fractions with roots at the bottom, how do I go to solving that? ex: -1/sqrt(y)
Thanks for any help, especially for the problem at the top.
Coke