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Math Help - Integration by Parts Check

  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Nov 2008

    Integration by Parts Check

    Just learning these and I wanted to make sure I did this right.

    I'm finding the integral of 2x(e^x) in case it's not clear.

    Let me know. Thanks.

    snapshot of work:
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  2. #2
    Super Member Quacky's Avatar
    Nov 2009
    Windsor, South-East England
    Looks good. I'd suggest getting into the habit of factoring answers, but it doesn't actually matter here. Also, as this is indefinite integration, you need to remember the +C constant at the end.
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  3. #3
    Dec 2009
    You could always differentiate your answer. If it matches the original integrand, then your answer is correct.
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