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    Wait, I think I figured it out! We know that "a" is the constant term because we are trying to find g(x). And if we were trying to find g'(t) of g(t)= LN(s-t/t+s) the constant term would be "s", right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachb View Post
    Wait, I think I figured it out! We know that "a" is the constant term because we are trying to find g(x). And if we were trying to find g'(t) of g(t)= LN(s-t/t+s) the constant term would be "s", right?
    yes ... in this case you can treat s as a constant.
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