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I have been doing homework for two days straight and now I have hit a block and can't seem to get anything right. At the moment I am working on my last calculus unit- The Integral and have ground to a screeching halt I have a few questions that I was hoping someone could help me out with.

1) Determine the x-intercepts of the curve which has a slope of 2x+1 and passes through (1,-4)

2) If y' = o and y=1 when x=2 and y''-4=0, find the function

3) Find the antiderivative of x(3x^2-7)^-2dx

I just don't really know where to go with these. I am not looking for answers from all of you, I just need a boost to get me going, and explanations as to why you are doing it. My math book only gives examples and no explanations and I have to take the course by correspondance so I have no one else to help me out. Thanks for everything.

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# Homework Help: Integral Help

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