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**Antiderivatives - 8x - 3 sec^2x**

Im not sure whether my answer to this antiderivative question is correct and would like your opinion.

**1. The antiderivative statement asks: Find f**

**2. f prime (x) = 8x - 3 sec^2x**

Most general antiderivative = F(x) + C

Antidefferentiation formula: Function = sec^2, Particular antiderivative = tan x

Most general antiderivative = F(x) + C

Antidefferentiation formula: Function = sec^2, Particular antiderivative = tan x

**3. My attempt at a solution**

= [(8x^2)/2] - 3tan x

= 4x^2 - 3tan x

= [(8x^2)/2] - 3tan x

= 4x^2 - 3tan x

Is this correct?

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