How do you integrate 2^(4-x) and thanks.
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Originally Posted by Johnt447 How do you integrate 2^(4-x) and thanks. Now the first e part is a constant, and the second is of the form , where C is just some constant. You can integrate those, right? See?
First, then and perform a substitution from there to integrate an exponencial function. (This is what Mush did, just little algebra first after integrating.)
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