integrate -(5x-3)dx

integrate -(5x-3)dx

∫dx/(x+1) - ∫dx/(x+2) = log| (x+1)c/(x+2) |

t is time and initial capital stock Kis 25.find the capital acummulation during the time intervals [0,1] and [1,3]

I feel that there should be another x in the problem so that u sub works, or something, as it is I believe it is a partial gamma function or something, but I know we should not learn those until much...

Just wondering: Are these two quantities equal? (2/3)x^3 = 2x^(3)/3 ?? Please be as detailed in your explanation as possible, perhaps proving your response. It is appreciated!

Raindrops grow as they fall, their surface area increases, and therefore the resistance to their falling increases. A raindrop has an initial velocity of. 10 m s-1 and its downward acceleration is...

how to integrate √(cotx.cosecx) with respect to x

as far as i know that any first degree function with a power the integral of it is adding power and division by the new power is that right?

The function to be integrated is the following: f(x)=(√x)/(x2 + ln(1+x)) In addition to this we were asked to confirm if the function converges or not. When plotted it is...

Evaluate Z ∫C(z^2 - z)/(2z + 1) dz where C is: (i) the unit circle in the counterclockwise direction; (ii) the circle |z − 2| = 1 in the counterclockwise direction. Do I use...

a = 3 - 0.1v^2 dv/dt = 3 - 0.1v^2 cant move the variable v to left hand side as there is a constant and how to integrate this? plz help

The question asks to estimate the area under the graph given the following table: | x | 2 | 2.5 | 3 | 3.5 | 4 | 4.5 | 5 | | y | 4 | 10 | 8 | 6 | 14 | 10 | 12 | a) Use Simpson's...

integrate by substitution a) ∫(√1+x2) x5 dx

This is a question of integration and fails to solve this so gv me solution

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The solution to ∫(ex/x)dx has no closed-form solution. This provides a power series solution to the integral.

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When connected to earth, any charged capacitor will discharge, and the voltage across the capacitor will decrease. This is modelled by the differential equation dV/dT=-V/RC, where V = voltage, and...

When a raindrop falls in still air, its acceleration is given by g-0.5v, where g is ate acceleration due to gravity and v is the velocity. We then have a = dv/dt = g-0.5v. a)...

I'm suppose to use partial fractions, and I'm given the hint: "Each denominator contains a repeated irreducible quadratic factor".

Picture of the question: http://imgur.com/a/J7QEq It takes half a page to solve, I heard.

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