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OpenStudy (anonymous):

how do you integrate logarithmic functions with fractions and e^-(4 ex:e^-x+1e) in the fraction equations? the derivative quotient rule doesnt apply right?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

for logarithmic function integration by parts

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fractional functions depend

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what exactly is integration by parts?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

first function*integral of second- INT(integral of second)*derivative of first)dx

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are the functions either the numerator or denominator ?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

u must have two functions, if only one is given n there isn't the direct integral of that, choose 1 as the second function

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ohhok...got it..thank u soo much!:)

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welcome :)

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