What is integral e 2x DX?
u = 2x → du = 2dx → dx = du/2. Therefore, I = ∫e2xdx= ∫(eu/2)du.
Is Lnx 2 the same as ln 2x?
Explanation: ln2x is simply another way of writing (lnx)2 and so they are equivalent. There is only one condition where ln2x=lnx2 set out below.
What is the differential of ln2x?
ln(2) is just a constant so has a derivative of 0 .