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Integration of an equation to find displacement

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Okay, so I understand I need to integrate the top equation because it's velocity as a function of time.

I just don't know how.
 

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For starters, the hint is suggesting that you can think of 1.9i as a constant, represented by A.

So, what is [itex]\int A \ dt[/itex] ?
 

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