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I need to take the integral of 2/(Y+1) over the interval [2,0]. The only analytical method I know is to take the anti-deriviative of the integrand and subtract the function values at the endpoints of the interval. I know that the anti-deriviate of (x)^-1 is ln(x), but I don't know how to do this problem without using the calculator (and I'd rather not do that). Can someone help?

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# Integral of 2/(y+1)?

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