• a)
     where C is the constant of integration
  • b)
    where C is the constant of integration
  • c)
    where C is the constant of integration
  • d)
    where C is the constant of integration
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

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By Manish Lohiya · 2 weeks ago ·JEE
3 Answers
Amrendra_ Official answered 3 weeks ago
C part with no negative sign

Anand Kumar answered 6 days ago
{[(x^4 - 2x)/x^3] dx = {x dx - {[2/(x^2)]dx

= [(x^2/2) + (2/x)] + C

Adish Chabbra answered 1 week ago
Correct answer is option 'A'

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