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1. How do you intergrate 0.985^t?
2. Add one to the power (so t +1) and then divide by that (0.985^t+1/t+1)

EDIT:

No. No. Just ignore me
3. Make e the base first then it is easy.

You can take it from there.
4. (Original post by Flower_girl_16)
How do you intergrate 0.985^t?
It's actually (a^x)/(ln a) + the constant of integration!
5. (Original post by Lily Academia)
Add one to the power (so t +1) and then divide by that (0.985^t+1/t+1)
Lilly, this is not right. At all.
6. (Original post by ElMoro)
Lilly, this is not right. At all.
Ah crap. My fault for replying without reading it right (and for not covering this in maths yet)
7. (Original post by Lily Academia)
Ahahaha, stop lying. You actually thought yours was correct.
8. Just like when you differentiate a^x it becomes lna(a)^x you do the opposite since you're integrating so it becomes a^x/lna

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