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    Finding the antiderivative

    hey hows everyone doing?? my first post so pleaseee help me out!! im looking over my notes and still cant find an example or explanation on how to solve these types of anti derivatives. please help me out with the steps, or if there is a website you can refer me to please do. i tried to google these types of equations, and no luck.



    thank you everyone for your help!
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    \int (\frac{7}{x^3} - \frac{4}{x^6})dx = \int (7x^{-3} - 4x^{-6})dx

    Integrate normally, use the point F(1) = 0 to find your constant of integration (+ C), and solve for F(3)
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    wow thanks! got it. totally forgot about the negative exponents.
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