This property should help: where c is a contant
Imagine the constant in your integral as . So:
how do u integrate:
from 0 to 60?
the 3600 is really throwing me off. without it i can do the problem just fine. wut i did was break the problem up into 1.2^x/3600 + 1/3600. then i know that the 1/3600 becomes x/3600 but i dunno wut to do for the 1.2^x/3600.
is there a reverse quotient rule to help me deal with problems like this?