Hey Guys, I am having a little bit of difficulty antidifferentiating this function: f (x) = (sqrt(x)-4) / (sqrt(x)-2) Can anyone please help??? Thanks...
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use U substitution. Here's a hint, let u = (sqrt(x)-2) then solve sqrt(x) in term of u and you get u +2 = sqrt(x) plug that into the equation and take antiderivative.
Last edited by mr fantastic; May 2nd 2009 at 11:43 PM.
Thanks for your help!! I think i get it now This is what i got as my final answer: Does that look right??
Originally Posted by function Thanks for your help!! I think i get it now This is what i got as my final answer: Does that look right?? Yes.
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