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I need your point of view about the following,

Do you think is there any loss of generality if the arbitrary constant added when a separable equation is integrated is written in the form lnC rather than just C?

Do you think this would ever be convenient thing to do?

Is there any loss of generality if the integration constant is written in the form of C^{2}? tanC? sinC? e^{x}? sinhX? coshX?

Kindly clarify my concept in easiest way you can do. Use simple English, because my English is some weak.

Thanks experts.

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# Separable equation constant generality.

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