Solve Compound Functions Where the Inner Function Is ax

Part of the Calculus II For Dummies Cheat Sheet

When figuring Calculus problems, some integrals of compound functions f (g(x)) are easy to do quickly. These include compound functions for which you know how to integrate the outer function f, and the inner function g(x) is of the form ax — that is, it differentiates to a constant.

Here are some examples:

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