In my case, what would be the antiderivative of (9-6x)^-1
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Is this a definite integral? If so note that: for In another form: for You can then use U-Substitution to manipulate your problem to fit these parameters.
for a function in the form of (ax+b)^-1, the antiderivative is (ln(ax+b)/a) +c, so in your case: the antiderivative would be (ln(-6x+9) / -6)+c.
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