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$\displaystyle \frac{e^{-\lambda z}}{- \lambda} + C$
Sorry, ignore me, it's wrt y. So it's integral of a constant so it's $\displaystyle y e^{-\lambda z} + C$.
Originally Posted by Matt Westwood Sorry, ignore me, it's wrt y. So it's integral of a constant so it's $\displaystyle y e^{-\lambda z} + C$. thanks!
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