Consider the function . Let be the antiderivative of with . Then ? I don't understand what it's asking. Do I simply find the antiderivative?
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Originally Posted by Archduke01 Consider the function . Let be the antiderivative of with . Then ? I don't understand what it's asking. Do I simply find the antiderivative? Yes, is the antiderivative of . And then you use the boundary condition to evaluate the integration constant.
I'm doing something wrong. I get . Procedure; . I separated the 6 and 2, then brought the denominators up getting . Do I apply the power rule at this point?
Originally Posted by Archduke01 I'm doing something wrong. I get . Procedure; . I separated the 6 and 2, then brought the denominators up getting . Do I apply the power rule at this point? Your writing of integrals needs work. You can't leave off the 's. It should read . But yes, now apply the power rule.
I did apply the power rule, and the original answer is the answer I got. It's not correct though.
Originally Posted by Prove It Your writing of integrals needs work. You can't leave off the 's. It should read . But yes, now apply the power rule. .
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