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I got:

4[1/4xe^(4x)-1/16e^(4x)+c] ?

which reduces to

xe^(4x)-1/4e^(4x)+c

Is this the correct integral?

Thanks.

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- Thread starter lonewolf219
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I got:

4[1/4xe^(4x)-1/16e^(4x)+c] ?

which reduces to

xe^(4x)-1/4e^(4x)+c

Is this the correct integral?

Thanks.

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check by differentiating

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