I did this exercise but the book answer was =x-e^-x+c. And mine was = -x-e^-x+c. Thanks for ur help.
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Originally Posted by ron007 I did this exercise but the book answer was =x-e^-x+c. And mine was = -x-e^-x+c. Thanks for ur help. As a check you can try differentiation this and your solution RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack As a check you can try differentiation this and your solution RonL Thanks. But can u show the process to see my error.
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack As a check you can try differentiation this and your solution RonL Originally Posted by ron007 Thanks. But can u show the process to see my error. There is virtualy nothing to show: ] divide through by the in the denominator to get: Distribute the integral over the addition: But the two integrals on the right are both standard integrals: so: RonL
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