Find the general antiderivative of the function below. Use theta for θ. P(θ) = + C need help with another one please, just dont know where to begin, any help would be fantastic, thanks
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Some hints: Can you see how these apply to your integral? Basically you're going backwards from derivatives you learned in differentiation.
Last edited by o_O; April 24th 2008 at 04:54 PM.
Originally Posted by o_O Some hints: Can you see how these apply to your integral? Basically you're going backwards from derivatives you learned in differentiation. Hey i have a problem similar to this and I dont see how that applies to the question.
Originally Posted by bluejewballs Hey i have a problem similar to this and I dont see how that applies to the question. the first part would be because the derivative of the integral or vice versa is the original function
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