11 Integrating ex and its friends

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Next: Differentiating the Natural Log Up: Doing that Calc Thing Previous: Differentiating e x and its Integrating e x and its friends You're going to like this part. Since , we know immediately that: In other words, if e x is its own mother, then it's its own child, too.

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Unformatted text preview: Now, we can find lots of other integrals using substitution. For instance, (You know, u =3 x , du =3 dx , etc. Usual drill.) More generally, it's worth remembering that: We could also use substitution or eyeball to see that Joel Hass 1999-05-26...
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