I'm having trouble remembering how to take the integral of f(x) = (1 - ax) / bx , where a and b are constants. Any help would be good. Thanks, Brett
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Originally Posted by charps43 I'm having trouble remembering how to take the integral of f(x) = (1 - ax) / bx , where a and b are constants. Any help would be good. Thanks, Brett Hello, 1. Expand the RHS of the equation: . Don't forget to simplify the 2nd summand. Greetings EB
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