Simple question for the integral of ax^n

tmt

Active member
Hi,

When integrating this function $y=a x^n$

the answer is $$\displaystyle \frac{ax^n}{n+1} + C$$ , correct?

Thank you,

Tim

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Petrus

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Hi,

When integrating this function, "y=ax^n"

the answer is "(ax^n)/(n+1) + C", correct?

Thank you,

Tim
Hello,
The correct answer is $$\displaystyle \frac{ax^{n+1}}{n+1}+c$$ can you see WHY?
I asume that we integrate respect to x!

Regards,
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tmt

Active member
Excellent, thank you!