e

∫ (x^2-1)/(x) dx=

1

A) e- (1/e)

B) e^2 - e

C) (e^2/2)-e+ (1/2)

D) e^2-2

E) (e^2/2)-(3/2)

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- February 22nd 2006, 01:44 PMfrozenflamesAnother Calculus Problem.
e

∫ (x^2-1)/(x) dx=

1

A) e- (1/e)

B) e^2 - e

C) (e^2/2)-e+ (1/2)

D) e^2-2

E) (e^2/2)-(3/2) - February 22nd 2006, 03:30 PMThePerfectHackerQuote:

Originally Posted by**frozenflames**

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,

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