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I am having trouble with these 2 problems.

Evaluate: (1/x^9)dx

Evaluate: (5x^5-4x^3+6x)dx

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    1st:
    I will assume you meant ∫1/x^9 dx
    which is ∫x^-9 dx
    = (-1/10)x^-10 + c
    = -1/(10x^10) + c

    2nd:
    This one is about as easy as it gets.
    Surely you can handle this one.

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