anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the antiderivative of 5x?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
5
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im sorry it5/2 x^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
You forget the constant.

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radar
  • radar
The derivative of your proposed answer would be 5x not 5.
radar
  • radar
Try (5/2)x+C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nice catch, radar.
radar
  • radar
I'm wrong it is 5x+C
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\int\limits_{}5xdx=5\int\limits_{}xdx=(5/2)x^2+c\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol. I was looking at the five you originally posted as the equation being integrated, nadeem.
radar
  • radar
I'm confused what is the derivative of (5/2)x^2+C Lets see it is 5x Yeah
anonymous
  • anonymous
the 5 is a constant and an anitderivative is an integral
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes the derivative of (5/2)x^2+C = 5x... check
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well take the derivative of your proposed antiderivative. Nadeem had it right the second time.

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