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Determine the integral of nine π₯ plus seven over π to the power of five π₯ dπ₯.

So now the first thing we want to do before we integrate this is weβre actually gonna rewrite it. Iβve actually rewritten it as the integral of nine π₯ plus seven multiplied by π to the power of negative five π₯ dπ₯. So what Iβve done is Iβve actually made π to the power of negative five π₯ instead of one over π to the power five π₯ because thatβs actually the same thing.

Okay, great! So now what Iβm gonna do is actually use integration by parts to actually help us to integrate this. And what integration by parts tells us is that if we actually have something in the form of the integral of π’ dπ£ dπ₯ dπ₯, and therefore itβs gonna be equal to π’π£ minus the integral of the π£ dπ’ dπ₯ dπ₯. Okay, so now weβve actually got this letβs use it to actually determine what the integral of our expression is going to be.

So first of all, we need to decide what are π’ and what are dπ£ dπ₯ are going to be. So our π’ is going to be nine π₯ plus seven, and our dπ£ dπ₯ is going to be equal to π to the power of negative five π₯. So okay, great! So now what we want to do is actually to differentiate π’ to find dπ’ dπ₯, and then we want to integrate dπ£ dπ₯ to actually find π£. So therefore if we differentiate nine π₯ plus seven, we just get nine.

And thatβs because nine π₯ differentiates to nine because actually itβs the coefficient, which is nine, multiplied by the exponent, which is one, which gives us nine. And then we reduce exponent of our π₯ so it goes to zero. So weβre just left with nine. And then seven if we differentiate that, it goes to zero. So dπ’ dπ₯ equals nine and we can say that π£ is equal to negative π to the power of negative five π₯ over five. And we got that by integrating π to the power of negative five π₯. Thatβs because we know that actually if you integrate π to the power of ππ₯ then what you actually gonna get is one over π π to the power of ππ₯. So we applied that and we got π£ is equal to negative π to the negative five π₯ over five.

Okay, great! So now we got π’, π£, dπ’ dπ₯, and dπ£ dπ₯. So now we can actually apply what weβve seen in the integration by parts. So we can say that actually the integral that weβre looking for is equal to negative nine π₯ plus seven multiplied by π to the power of negative five π₯ over five, because this is our π’ multiplied by our π£, and then minus the integral of negative nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over five dπ₯. And this is because this is our π£ dπ’ dπ₯.

Okay, great! So now letβs integrate the second part. So therefore, weβre gonna have negative nine π₯ plus seven multiplied by π to power of negative five π₯ over five, and then plus nine over 25 π to the power of negative five π₯. Weβve got that because we actually integrated our negative nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over five using the same method weβd used previously.

So just a quick recap what weβve done. So we integrate our negative nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over five dπ₯. What we get is that this is equal to well we have one over our π and our π was our coefficient of dπ₯ in the exponent, so one over negative five, multiplied by negative nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over five. And when we did that, we actually have the denominators multiplied to get us negative five multiplied by five, which gives us negative 25. Because it was a negative nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over five becomes positive, so we get positive nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over 25.

Okay, great! So weβve now done all the integrating. What we need to do is just simplify. Itβs worth noting also this point that what we will need is actually a constant of integration. So now what we want to do is actually complete the next final steps, which is actually to simplify what weβve got. And what Iβve done here is Iβve included our constant of integrations, so Iβve got plus πΆ. So the first thing we want to do is actually well we want to add our fractions. And to enable us to do that, what we need to do is actually have the same denominator.

So Iβve multiplied the first fraction numerator and denominator by five. So we have negative five multiplied by nine π₯ plus seven π to the power of negative five π₯ plus nine π to the power of negative five π₯ over 25. So therefore, if we actually expand the parentheses, what we get is negative 45π to the power of negative five π₯ π₯ plus 35π to the power of negative five π₯ plus nine π to the negative five π₯ over 25.

So therefore, if we actually collect terms on numerator, we get negative 45π to the power of negative five π₯ π₯ plus 44π to the negative five π₯ over 25. And then what we can do is actually take out π to negative five π₯ as a factor. So we get negative 45π₯ plus 44 multiplied by π to negative five π₯ over 25, so which leads us to our final answer where weβve actually taken negative nine over five out as a factor. So we can say that the integral of nine π₯ plus seven over π to the power of five π₯ dπ₯ is equal to negative nine over five multiplied by π₯ plus 44 over 45 multiplied by π to the power of negative five π₯, then plus πΆ because we donβt forget our constant of integration. And that is our final answer.