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Choose the correct quantity to fill in the blank:
Integral_______ dx = (ax2 - a2)4 + C.

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    to do this, we get the derivative of (ax^2 - a^2)^4 + c
    assuming a is constant, the derivative is
    4[(ax^2 - a^2)^3](2ax)

    hope this helps~ :)

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