Brief Calculus

Evaluate the integral. HINT [See Example 2 and 4.] (Remember to use ln |u| where appropriate.)
(1/v7 + 5/v) dv

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  1. the 1/v7 is confusing.
    please clarify .

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  2. its supposed to be 1/v^7

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  3. then integral is

    (-1/6)v^-6 + 5ln|v| + c

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