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Unformatted text preview: indenite integration operator Z d . Click the integrant place holder and type \x+2-e^3x-sin(3x) Notice you need to hit the space bar twice before-sin(3x) . Of course you also need hit space bar twice too before entering-e^3x to exit the square root operator. In general, you will need to hit the space bar as many times an need to escape the power(subscript, division, etc.) mode before you enter next term. The backslash \ brings up the square root operator. Finally in the integration variable place holder type x(see Figure 2 for the position of each place holder.) Now hold down[Ctrl] to type [.] key and click on...
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