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I'm stumped...

d(x) = *IntegralSign(b^(-x/c) / (f + ax))dx

A friend of mine told me that he thinks it has something to do with some sort of infinite series but he's not sure.

That's all the information I have for this...

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I'm stumped...

d(x) = *IntegralSign(b^(-x/c) / (f + ax))dx

A friend of mine told me that he thinks it has something to do with some sort of infinite series but he's not sure.

That's all the information I have for this...

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are f, a , b, and c constants?

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I'm stumped...

d(x) = *IntegralSign(b^(-x/c) / (f + ax))dx

A friend of mine told me that he thinks it has something to do with some sort of infinite series but he's not sure.

That's all the information I have for this...

[tex]d(x) = \int\frac{b^\frac{-x}{c}}{f + ax}dx[/tex]

Is that the problem? I don't have the answer; I'm just testing out Latex.

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to answer the above questions...

a, b, c, and f are constants

and yes that is the problem with Latex

a, b, c, and f are constants

and yes that is the problem with Latex

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