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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Originally Posted by frozenflames 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) First find the antiderivative of Which is, Which is, , But it is taken from Which by the fundamental theorem is,
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