I don't understand how they get this boxed in quantity (shown in attachment)
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$\displaystyle \int{\frac{dx}{x^{\ln{2}}}} = \int{x^{-\ln{2}}\,dx}$ $\displaystyle = \frac{x^{-\ln{2} + 1}}{-\ln{2} + 1}$ which gives you the required stuff inside the box.
is this some linearity of limits trick?
can someone tell me why 1^(1-ln(2)) = 1 ????
Because 1 to the power of anything is 1.
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