I've attempted this problem at least 10 times, and keep on getting the same answer, which is incorrect according to the program I have to submit it in.
The integral given is:
1/ (x^2 + 0 - 25)
The answer I'm calculating is:
(-1/10)ln(x + 5) + (1/10)ln(x-5) + C
Any help would be great, because I am truly lost.
I don't know. It's an online assignment, and that's the way the question was formatted.
And I've submitted that answer like 20 different ways into the program, and it keeps on saying that it's incorrect. So I'm thinking that I'll go talk to my prof tomorrow, because I have no clue how it's incorrect.
I've tried both of those variations, and it still says it incorrect. And I don't have to include the C term in it because it adds it automatically.
And I get unlimited tries on this question. But it's due tomorrow.
I just don't understand it, because the answer seems right. Maybe the 0 + 25 means something???