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The problem is:

integral sign [-3e^(-x) + 2x - (e^(0.5x))/2] dx

Is this correct:

integral sign [-3e^(-x) + 2x - (e^(0.5x))/2] dx

= -3 x -e^(-x) + 2 x (1/2) x^2 - (1/2)(1/0.5)(e^(.5x)) + C

=3(e^(-x))+x^2-(e^(.5x)) + C

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