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## Homework Statement

I have to find the antiderivative of 4/(1+2x)²

New question: Find s(t)

**2. Given variables and equations**

a(t) = 4/(1+2x)²

v(0) = 0

s(0) = 5

## The Attempt at a Solution

∫4(1+2x)

^{-2}

= 4∫(1+2x)

^{-2}

= 4[(1+2x)

^{-1}/-1]

= -4/(1+2x)

But the correct answer has a -2 numerator.

New attempt: The integral of the first equation would be v(t) and it says v(0) is 0, but the equation says that it will be -2.

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