Posted by **APpreciative student** on Monday, September 6, 2010 at 8:51pm.

How do you find the integral (antideriv) of

12 / (7t + 6) ????????

I know that the antideriv of 1/x equals ln x, so is the antideriv of [12 / (7t +6)] = 12 ln (7t +6) ????

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