\int is

You should write your rearrangement as

and then integrate. I'm not sure I buy your integration. Try again.

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Why the questions marks? You had before

(except that you had "y" instead of "dy")

Now integrate both sides: the integral of a constant is that constant times x and the integral of x is

but cannot see where this 2nd part comes from.

My answer

Perhaps you misread the as .

is different from the solution in the book. The solution in the book is

can you show me where im goin wrong please. many thanks

- Apr 6th 2011, 10:20 AM #6

- Apr 6th 2011, 12:15 PM #7

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