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    antiderivative/integrate

    Hello,
    I am wondering if you can assist me with the following problem.
    Integrate the following
    ∫ (11-e^2+ln5)dx

    THis is what I came up with, but I am very unsure
    11∫ (-e^2+ 1/ln 5+C)dx

    Thanks in advance
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    All of these are constants. Recall that:

    \int k~dx= kx + C
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