In my book the integral of a^x is directly given as Can anyone tell me how can we derive it?
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Use the identity .
Originally Posted by roshanhero In my book the integral of a^x is directly given as Can anyone tell me how can we derive it? let , then and , or and the integral became
Hi , First of All take your book away. it is not a mathematics , maybe it is Literature book . Solve The Integral By This Way : Note :
Last edited by mr fantastic; Jan 15th 2010 at 03:29 AM. Reason: Fixed latex
Originally Posted by roshanhero In my book the integral of a^x is directly given as Can anyone tell me how can we derive it? You're expected to learn something from the help you get in other threads. In this instance I refer specifically to http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...questions.html
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