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

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

    0.958^t = \exp(\ln 0.958^t})

    You can take it from there.
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    (Original post by Flower_girl_16)
    How do you intergrate 0.985^t?
    It's actually (a^x)/(ln a) + the constant of integration!
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    (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. :no:
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    (Original post by ElMoro)
    Lilly, this is not right. At all. :no:
    Ah crap. My fault for replying without reading it right (and for not covering this in maths yet) :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Lily Academia)
    Ah crap. My fault for replying without reading it right :facepalm:
    Ahahaha, stop lying. You actually thought yours was correct.
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    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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