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OpenStudy (anonymous):

what's the definite integral 1/x from [-1,1] zero?

OpenStudy (vishal_kothari):

why zero ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

YES IT IS ZERO. BECAUSE THE INTEGRAL Is log IxI

OpenStudy (anonymous):

cause the graph is symmetric

OpenStudy (anonymous):

but why zero? mean in algebra

OpenStudy (vishal_kothari):

oh..so u were talking about the answer as zero..i thought u have wrote it by mistake...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

either two part of it integral 1/x from[-1,0) and (0,1] is improper integral which divergent......

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