Evaluate the antiderivative:
∫(6sinx) + ∫(cos6x) + ∫(e^(5x)) + ∫1/2x dx
6*∫(sinx) + ∫(cos6x) + ∫(e^(5x)) + 1/2*∫1/x dx
= 6*-cosx + sin6x/6 + e^5x /5 + 1/2* ln abs(x)
This is my answer, and when i take the derivative of it, i get the antiderivative,
so my check is correct.
however when i plug this into my online exercise, it says its incorrect.
(and yes i've already checked it over and tried different formats of typing it)
did i make a mistake and over see it or might there be something wrong with
the online assignment?
thanks for your help!