Antiderivative problem for Calculus?
This antiderivative problem is easy I'm sure but I'm just having a difficult time understanding them. The problem is
Now what I'm not understanding is how to do it of course but why is the dx the numerator. Does dx just equal 1 or does it equal x. Thanks for any help given.
Can i have a step by step on how to figure it out? Thanks for the answer though.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
dx = 1dx
- GuillermoLv 71 decade ago
int(1/(x*sqrt(ln(x))), x) = 2*sqrt(ln(x)) + CSource(s): Maple 14