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integration x^-1
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integration x^-1
i tried but reached nothing ...
please explain
No man, can't you see? That's Kami! Ofcourse he merged with Piccolo so now they are actually one. Good old Kami-sama was always pretty gentle actually. It was Piccolo who was mean.whozum said:Hehe, is that piccolo?
Integration is a mathematical process that involves finding the area under a curve. It is the inverse operation of differentiation and is used to find the original function from its derivative.
An x^-1 term in an integral represents the inverse of x, or 1/x. This is also known as the reciprocal of x.
To solve an integral with an x^-1 term, you can use the power rule of integration. This involves increasing the power of x by 1 and dividing the result by the new power. In the case of x^-1, the result would be ln|x| + C, where C is the constant of integration.
The constant of integration represents any unknown constant in the original function. Since differentiation removes all constants, the constant of integration is added in the integral to account for these constants.
Yes, an integral with an x^-1 term can have multiple solutions. This is because the power rule of integration only gives one possible solution, but there could be other functions that have the same derivative. These functions would differ by a constant, which is accounted for by the constant of integration.