Question

Asked Mar 21, 2019

16 views

Enter a specific antiderivative for e^x

Enter the most general antiderivative for e^x

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Tagged in

Find answers to questions asked by student like you

Show more Q&A

Q: calculate the integral of: e(x^2/2)

A: We'll use the Maclaurin series expansion for e^(x^2/2).

Q: please explain how to solve this

A: (a)We are given graphand we can locate upper and lower curves on different regions

Q: How can I get the result? Which is the result?

A: Refer to the critical numbers of the function h(x) = sin2x+cosx, where 0<x<2piThe critical poi...

Q: You are given the four points in the plane A=(8,−8), B=(10,4), C=(12,−1), and D=(16,1). The graph of...

A: We have given the four point in the plane A, B, C and D.The total integral is to be the sum of the a...

Q: Use the second derivative test to identify any critical points and determine whether each critical p...

A: We have to find any critical points and determine whether each critical point is a maximum, minimum...

Q: Determine the following indefinite integral. 324 dx, x> In 18 A dx 324- e2x Type an exact answer. Us...

A: The given integral is,

Q: Solve for complex x. e^(x^2+4x)=8

A: Solve the equation e^(x^2+4x) = 8 for complex x as follows.

Q: I need help please.

A: Rewrite the given series and proceed further.

Q: Activity 4 the Derivative of Inverse Trigonometric Functions 9. Without technology find the derivati...

A: The given functions are y = sin–1(4x), y = cos–1(lnx), y = tan–1(e2x), y = x(sin-1(x))2.