anonymous
  • anonymous
integrate ln 4? we get what? help me...
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anonymous
  • anonymous
with respect to what? if you taking the derivative with respect to x and there are no x's in the function, then you treat it as a constant
anonymous
  • anonymous
in respect to x..so the answer 0 or just take ln 4 as the answer?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the question like this integrate of (5x^3+ln 4) dx

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anonymous
  • anonymous
example: \[\int\limits_{}^{}8dx = 8x + c\] so when your constant is instead ln(4) the integral will be ln(4)x
anonymous
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k tq very much..

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