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**dark-ryder341** Hey guys, just need a little bit of help. I learned about antiderivatives a few days ago and while I followed my teacher's examples I got the wrong answer on a homework question. I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction?

Here's the question: Find the most general antiderivative of the function. Use *C* for any needed constant. *f*(*x*) = 5*x*1/6 - 6*x*5/6

So what I did was I took the exponents and added one to them, which gave me 7/6 and 11/6. I then divided these exponents but the coefficient number (ie. 5/(7/6)) and got 30/7 and 36/11

So, it looked like this:

30/7(x)^(7/6) - 36/11(x)^(11/6)

But this isn't right? =\

Thanks for any help!