## anonymous 5 years ago If k>0 and integral from k to 6 of dx/x+2=lnk, then k =?

1. myininaya

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3. anonymous

I have a question. In the first one, how'd you end up getting $\ln 8\div k+2=\ln k$??

4. myininaya

ln(y/x)=lny-lnx is a propery of logarithms

5. anonymous

ohh ok.. thank you :)

6. myininaya

np

7. anonymous

You know, you're a really good teacher :)

8. myininaya

lol i just like your questions

9. anonymous

lol I feel dumb when you explain them, cuz it's like duh i should know that :)