1) This step follows from the property of logs (exponents)
2) Extract any constants and place in front of the integral
Let , then
3)
4) U-substitution applied
5) By Formula C, and
6) By Reverse substitution
1) This step follows from the property of logs (exponents)
2) Extract any constants and place in front of the integral
Let , then
3)
4) U-substitution applied
5) By Formula C, and
6) By Reverse substitution
i know this is just a LaTeX test, but just to be a pain.
type \ln x, instead of just ln x, it looks nicer. you get as opposed to , see?
also, ....yes, the absolute valus matter
and you also should have absolute values in your solutions, so it is
other than that, good job!