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# Basic Integration watch

1. Can a ^(-1) polynomial be integrated?

I just realised that if you try you divide by zero.

I have already completed A2 maths but am doing resits and forgot
2. (Original post by kkid106)
Can a ^(-1) polynomial be integrated?

I just realised that if you try you divide by zero.

I have already completed A2 maths but am doing resits and forgot
3. It's the same as 1/a which integrates to ln(a)
4. The integral of 1/x dx is lnx. This is covered in C3 I think.
5. ah, yeah. I remember, thanks everyone

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