How do you take the antiderivative of something to the -1 power? Specifically I'm working with (12-10x)^-1. Using normal antideriv rules it would just be (12-10x)^0/0, which is irrational, could someone answer this for me? Thanks
How do you take the antiderivative of something to the -1 power? Specifically I'm working with (12-10x)^-1. Using normal antideriv rules it would just be (12-10x)^0/0, which is irrational, could someone answer this for me? Thanks
antiderivative involves the ln function.
normally, one learns how to find the derivative of ln functions before tackling antiderivatives.