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Need to see if my 2 solutions is correct.

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Need to see if my 2 solutions is correct.

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Show us what you got.Student4 said:Can anyone just help me integrate this 2 times. (with maple or somekind math program, or hand). Need to see if my 2 solutions is correct for this one.

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y'=sin(x)+2x^4+c

y=-cos(x)-2/5x^5+c

y=-cos(x)-2/5x^5+c

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the solution should be ...

y' = sinx - 2x^{4} + c_{1}

y = -cosx - (2/5)x^{5} + c_{1}x + c_{2}

y' = sinx - 2x

y = -cosx - (2/5)x

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