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amiright? integrate: ((e^(2x)) / e^x cant i treat that at ((e^(2x)) * e^(-x) which would just simplify to e^x???

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and even I can integrate e^x
hehe o please help...i'm dying here
yes , you are completely right because we subtract powers in division , and don't forget to write C (constant of integration) I often forget it :(

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yes and yes
yay me...that question has stumped me for a week
\[\int e^xdx=e^x+C\]\[\frac d{dx}e^x=e^x\]so those are pretty easy to remember ;)
luckily no need for c the real question is does that converge or diverge and since e^x heads for infinity I can say diverge with more than my usual 50/50 chance of getting it right thanks all
if it's\[\int_{a}^{\infty}e^xdx\]or any integral over +/-infinity of e^x like that, yeah, it diverges
sorry, NOT if it's negative infinity
\[\int_{-\infty}^{a}e^xdx\]converges
ah good point - i will keep an eye out for that on the test tomorrow...all of our practice questions have been positive though so that would be cruel
good luck!
good luck with your Exam :)

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