Posted by **John** on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 at 9:19pm.

Intergral from -2 to 2 (-2 is at the bottom of the integral sign and 2 is at the top) x^-2dx = -x^-1] (the bracket has a 2 at the top and -2 at the bottom) = -(2)^-1-(-(-2)^-1) = (-1/2)-(1/2 = -1

Is this true or false. I think it's false, but can someone explain to me why it's false.

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