For some reason I can't seem to get this one. I keep thinking it uses ln(x).

Consider the function `f(x) = \frac{10 x^2 +1}{x}`. Enter an antiderivative of `f(x)`

thanks,

Kiba

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- April 30th 2007, 05:51 PMWhitewolfblueAntiDerivative Calculus
For some reason I can't seem to get this one. I keep thinking it uses ln(x).

Consider the function `f(x) = \frac{10 x^2 +1}{x}`. Enter an antiderivative of `f(x)`

thanks,

Kiba - April 30th 2007, 06:08 PMqbkr21Re:
This is a WebWork Problem:

The antiderivative of f'(x)=(10x^2+1)/x

Thus the solution is...

**f(x)=ln(abs(x))+5x^2+C**