|Sep23-12, 03:57 PM||#1|
HELP: integral of a(1-e^-bt)
Hey, just confused on how you would integrate:
with "a" and "b" being constants.
If you could provide steps that would be helpful.
|Sep23-12, 09:13 PM||#2|
∫adt = at + C, ∫ae-bt = (-a/b)e-bt + D
where C and D are arbitrary constants. I hope you can put it together.
|calculus, exponential integral, intergral|
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