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and also (2x + 5sqrtx)/ x^2

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and also (2x + 5sqrtx)/ x^2

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An anti-derivative of a sum is a sum of anti-derivatives.

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Well, do you know basic integration rules for powers, exponential, and trigonometric functions?

and also (2x + 5sqrtx)/ x^2

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As for [tex]\frac{2x+ 5\sqrt{x}}{x^2}[/tex], that's really the same as

[tex]\frac{2x}{x^2}+ \frac{5x^{\frac{1}{2}}}{x^2}= 2x^{-1}+ 5x^{-\frac{3}{2}[/tex].

The anti-derivatives of those should be easy- use the first anti-derivative formula you learned!

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