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## jorourk3 2 years ago find the antiderivative of (2x+6)^3

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1. Jusaquikie

just add 1 to your exponent and then devide by your exponent and add+C

2. Jusaquikie

$\frac{ (2x+6)^4 }{ 4 } +C$

3. jorourk3

thx!

4. jorourk3

i have a follow up question

5. jorourk3

if it asked me to find the definite integal of (2x+6)6 from 0 to 5 im not sure what i am doing wrong

6. jorourk3

i got 16060

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