Posted by **Mike** on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 12:29am.

integral 5e^t-(sin(t))dt

I figured this out as the answer 5e^t+cos(t).

My question is if I need to put a +C at the end of the equation.

Thanks for your time.

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