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**UMStudent** well after about 2 hours or doing multipule searches on google and yahoo trying ot find examples of antiderivatives and integrals I looked a few chapters ahead and found that 1/x^2+1 = tan^1(x). So my problem would be 4 tan^1(x) what gets me though is why the hell would something I need to know not appear till 2 chapters ahead in teh book.. Is there something i'm missing?

I do have another problem I have encountered what about something like ( i don't know how to show an integral sign so i'm gonna use an S )

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S (3x-2)/sqrt(x) dx how would I get the antiderivative of that with a sqrt ?

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