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Question 3. Find the general antiderivatives of the following functions.1. f(t) 23 6 12. g)3. r(e)-5+cos


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Question 3. Find the general antiderivatives of the following functions.
1. f(t) 23 6 1
2. g)
3. r(e)-5+cos

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Question 3. Find the general antiderivatives of the following functions. 1. f(t) 23 6 1 2. g) 3. r(e)-5+cos

Step 1

We have to find general antiderivative of f(t) where f(t) is given by

Step 2

General antiderivative is represented by I.

we will use following formula to find antiderivative.

Step 3

With the help of above power rule we will fin...


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