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    Anti-derivatives

    1. F(x) = [x - 2 x -3 ]
    2. F(x) =
    3. F(x) =




    Not sure how to find these anti-derivatives any help would be appreciated.
    Sorry the third problem got screwed up it is the square root of x and divided by the cube root of x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Math Man View Post
    1. F(x) = [x - 2 x -3 ]
    2. F(x) =
    3. F(x) =




    Not sure how to find these anti-derivatives any help would be appreciated.
    Sorry the third problem got screwed up it is the square root of x and divided by the cube root of x.
    rewritten with exponents ...

    \int x^{\frac{3}{2}} - 2x - 3 \, dx

    \int x^{\frac{5}{6}} \, dx

    \int x^{\frac{1}{6}} \, dx

    ... can you integrate using the power rule?
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