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how to integrate x^y

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Don't forget your "+ constant".

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\(\int x^{y} dx = \frac{x^{y+1}}{y+1}\)

except y = -1

 

All you do is reverse power rule pretty much.

hectictar  Feb 12, 2017
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Don't forget your "+ constant".

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Oh yeah I always forget that thing.

hectictar  Feb 12, 2017

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