# Calculus (check)

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Evaluate ç dx/sqrt9-8x-x^2

A.sin^-1 (x + 4/5) + C
B.sin^-1 (x - 4/5) + C
C.Ln Sqrt9-8x-x^2 + C
D.Ln (-8 - 2x) + C

B or C ?

• Calculus (check) -

Evaluate (integer sign)dx/sqrt9-8x-x^2

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