In this video (Improper Integral with an Infinite Discontinuity in the interval), at 2:48, I don't understand how he gets -ln(2) because I would of gotten -ln|e^(-1) - 1|. Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by s3a In this video (Improper Integral with an Infinite Discontinuity in the interval), at 2:48, I don't understand how he gets -ln(2) because I would of gotten -ln|e^(-1) - 1|. Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance! You are correct.
Is he also correct though?
Originally Posted by s3a Is he also correct though? I don't think so. ln(e^-x - 1) cannot be equal to ln(-x -1) at x = -1.
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