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# What is the integral of this? watch

1. Is it just:

?

Thanks

PS: t is a variable

EDIT:

Now that I think about it, the integral of t is not tx. Coz if you differentiate tx you get am i rite?

Thanks
2. You really need to know how t relates to x. You can't integrate without knowing this.
3. (Original post by meatball893)
You really need to know how t relates to x. You can't integrate without knowing this.
Ah ok, so if t was a constant, would what I wrote be correct?

Thanks
4. (Original post by 2710)
Ah ok, so if t was a constant, would what I wrote be correct?

Thanks
Yes. But don't forget to add a constant when integrating!
5. (Original post by meatball893)
Yes. But don't forget to add a constant when integrating!
Oh yeh lol. Thnx

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