# Calculus

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2⌡ (2x^2+5) / x^2 dx =?

I got 1.66 but it was wrong.

• Calculus -

That's supposed to be an integral sign.

• Calculus -

First separate it into
3

2⌡(2x^2/x^2) dx +
3

2⌡ 5x^-2 dx = ........
I'm sure you can continue the process. The answer is 17/6

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