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Katherine W.

asked • 05/11/20

Antiderivative Help!

So I am preparing for AP calculus AB exam coming up, and I recently am stuck on this minuscule problem that frequently shows up in other forms.


If I am told to Integrate f’’(2x) , what should the antiderivative be? Their answers show it is just [1/2 f’(2x)] which in my mind doesn’t make sense because, where is the ^2 above? And wouldn’t it just be (2x^2)/2, which is therefore just x^2?


Any thoughts on this would be very much appreciated! :)

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Shin C. answered • 05/11/20

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Katherine W.

Oh okay yes, that makes much more sense! Thank you so much!! Good luck to you as well! :)
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