anonymous
  • anonymous
Integral of e^(2u+1) from 0 to ln3 Pls help.
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Vocaloid
  • Vocaloid
well, I guess you should probably simplify the answer a bit more than that, but that part is pretty straightforward
anonymous
  • anonymous
@vocaloid thank you so much, Is the simplicTion 5-1/2 e? I'm kind of confused about how to simplify it :(
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Vocaloid
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|dw:1433045823407:dw| hopefully I didn't make a mistake somewhere, lemme double check
Vocaloid
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yea, I just double-checked on my calculator, 4e is the correct answer

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