= Integral from 1 to 4: 3/(2x+1)^2
= Integral from 1 to 4: 3(2x+1)^-2
now how do I find the anti-derivative of that so that I can find F(4)-F(1)??
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Make appear the derivative of 2x+1
Then, the antiderivative of is
Do you understand ? Or do you need me to show ?
i'm still not sure, would you mind showing me?
So using the formula i gave you, the antiderivative will be :
Is it better ?
infinately!! thanks so much!!!!
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