1. If a is a positive, then the function h(x) = (ln(ax^2)+x)/x is an antiderivative of j(x) = (2-ln(ax^2))/x^2 So, I used Wolfram and took the integral of j(x) with different values for a and always got ln(ax^2)/x, so I put false. However, the answer is true, and I can't figure out why! 2. If x = a is a critical point of a function m(x), then m'(a) = 0. For this one I put true, and the answer is false. Is it because m'(a) can also be undefined? Thank you!