How does one solve this: [(500/(x+10)) -10]dx I'm guessing this involves antidifferentiation, but I cannot figure out how to apply that to the -10. Perhaps -10x + 500ln (x+10)? Is there some rule I'm missing here? Thank you.
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Originally Posted by Quixotic How does one solve this: [(500/(x+10)) -10]dx I'm guessing this involves antidifferentiation, but I cannot figure out how to apply that to the -10. Perhaps -10x + 500ln (x+10)? Is there some rule I'm missing here? Thank you. $\displaystyle \int\left(\frac{500}{x+10}-10\right)dx=500\int\frac{1}{x+10}dx-\int10dx$
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