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## Homework Statement

integral from -1 to 1 of 3/x^2 dx

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

Limit

t --> infinity integral from -1 to t of 3/x^2 dx + limit t --> infinity integral from t to 1 of 3/x^2 dx

Limit

t-> infinity -3/t - (-3/-1) + Limit t--> inifinty (-3/1) - (3/t)

-3 -3 = -6

Now when I check the answer in my calc I get infinity. Thus my answer is probably wrong. Where did I go wrong?

Thanks so much =]