1. Originally Posted by xcelxp
I am entering this as my answer for the second one 5ln(ln(4x))

and it is telling me the answer is incorrect
well, based on the question you gave, that's the right answer, let me check if it can be done another way

have you finished the last one? it been more than a couple mins

2. -1/(x^5+1)

3. Originally Posted by xcelxp
-1/(x^5+1)
correct, so i don't have to post that one huh?

4. Nope, I got it. I just dont understand why the second one isnt working out.

5. Originally Posted by xcelxp
Nope, I got it. I just dont understand why the second one isnt working out.
the answer's not wrong i know that

6. Hey, I just wanted to thank you for everything. I just emailed my professor hopefully he can help. Your about to get a whole bunch of "thanks". Enjoy the rest of your night, Ill probably be on this site soon. Hopefully next time I'll be the one helping people!

7. Originally Posted by xcelxp
Hey, I just wanted to thank you for everything.
You're welcome

I just emailed my professor hopefully he can help. Your about to get a whole bunch of "thanks".
Make sure to tell him, "No! You're Wrong!"

Hopefully next time I'll be the one helping people!
I have no doubt

8. For the benifit of the class

9. Originally Posted by Jhevon
what are you imputing the answer into?

i assure you, that answer is not wrong. i've checked it myself, as well as checked it using maple AND The Integrator

there is no way its wrong
ok, so as you informed me in a PM, which I will post here for the benifit of the class, the answer is actually,

5ln|ln(x)|, which yeah, is kind of the rule now that i think about it.

int{1/x}dx = ln|x|+C ...........not ln(x) + C

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