onegirl
Find the general anti derivative of 5 sec^2 x dx



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myininaya
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That isn't the general antiderivative but it is a antiderivative.
He was looking for a function whose derivative was 5sec^2(x).

onegirl
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yes

myininaya
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Nah loser. She just needs +C. lol

myininaya
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There really isn't a lot to do on this problem.

onegirl
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okay so 5 tan x is correct?

myininaya
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Well that is a antiderivative. You are looking for the general antiderivative.

onegirl
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okay

myininaya
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\[\int\limits_{}^{}f(x) dx=F(x)+C , (F'=f)\]
C is a constant

myininaya
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F(x)+C is the general antiderivative of f(x)

onegirl
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ok