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Hi Saif, you here?
yea i am here
its college calculus 2, antiderivatives are killin me. SO confusing
Confused. There is no differential as written. Does "dx" multiply the polynomial?
what do you mean?
Are you asking us to just integrate/ find the antiderivative of the function f(x)?
You want to the integral and its anchor at (1,4) right?
yea i think so I thought it was just asking the antiderivative with that condition
F(x)= (12/4)x^4+ (6/3)x^3 -7x + C F(x) = 3x^4 +2x^3 -7x +C solve for F(1) = 4 :)
you are using big F(x), its giving you f'(x), wouldnt the notation change?
its not the same convention as a general antiderivative
naming is naming, I just did it to be flamboyant :)
ok so the totation would be f(x) correct and then you find f(1)
i mean you find C
We find the "antiderivative" of the function to find a family of curves that we can adopt... then we apply (1,4) into it to see what our anchoring constant turns out to be, right?
then "suit up" and find our constant :)
i got 6
4 = 3 +2 -7 +C 4 = 5-7 + C 4 = -2 + C 6 = C F(x) = 3x^4 +2x^3 -7x +6 yay!!!
thanks so much. Can you take a look at the other antiderivative I posted. I am getting confused, he took like 2 antiderivatives?
Didja notice me new "title"..... funny, i never was a sandwich before :)
ill check em out...
its 2 below the this question