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Example: 2x/x^2=6x/3x^2

The integral of 2x/x^2 is ln(x^2).

The integral of 6x/3x^2 is ln(3x^2)

How come these aren't equal? Is it to do with the +c?

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Example: 2x/x^2=6x/3x^2

The integral of 2x/x^2 is ln(x^2).

The integral of 6x/3x^2 is ln(3x^2)

How come these aren't equal? Is it to do with the +c?

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Ah, okay. Thanks!

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Example: 2x/x^2=6x/3x^2

The integral of 2x/x^2 is ln(x^2).

The integral of 6x/3x^2 is ln(3x^2)

How come these aren't equal? Is it to do with the +c?

Yes, it is about the plus C.

ln(3x^2)=ln(3)+ln(x^2)

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