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Anti-Derivatives

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19. [g(x)]^-1g'(x) dx =

(-1/2)[g(x)]^(-2) + C
-[g(x)]^(-2) + C
ln |g(x)| + C
-1/[g(x)] + C
none of these

20. True or False: x^14/14 + sqrt(13) + e^x is an antiderivative of x^13 + e^x

True
False.

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Please choose the correct answer

19. [g(x)]^-1g'(x) dx =

(-1/2)[g(x)]^(-2) + C
-[g(x)]^(-2) + C
ln |g(x)| ...

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This solution provides an example of working with antiderivatives.

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