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With the Arbitary constant does it matter if you have c or ln(c) or are either ok because ln of a constant is a constant
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With the Arbitary constant does it matter if you have c or ln(c) or are either ok because ln of a constant is a constant
Either is fine. Using  \ln{C} is often useful for rearranging purposes if there are a lot of ln's after integrating.
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