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Antiderivative of e^ln(4)x

  1. Jan 31, 2009 #1
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    what is the antiderivative of e^ln(4)x

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    Ok someone told me that the antiderivative of 4^x is e^ln(4)x. So what would be the antiderivative of e^ln(4)x? I need these antiderivatives in order to solve my homwork problems which require me to evaluate integrals. But my inability to find antiderivatives for all situations is preventing me from doing so. Any help would be very thankful to me.
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