Timothy A. answered • 06/04/15

I am here to raise mathematicians.

^{a})

^{(1/3)}) = ln(2 + x) + c ⇒ e

^{ln(y^(1/3))}= e

^{(ln(2 + x) + c)}

^{(a + b)}= (x

^{a})(x

^{b})

^{(1/3)}= e

^{ln(2 + x)}* e

^{c}⇒ y

^{(1/3)}= (e

^{c})(2 + x) ⇒ y = (e

^{c})

^{3}(2 + x)

^{3}

^{c})

^{3}is still a constant we can call it something else that is still constant like k.

^{3}

^{3}and y' = 3k(2 + x)

^{2}

^{2}= 3k(2 + x)

^{3}