How do you find the anti-derivative of #3 / x^3#?
First take out the constant "3"
Well, the antiderivative of a function is the same thing as the integral of the function.
So, the antiderivative of
And here we go,
We take the constant out, and we get,
Using a little bit of algebraic manipulation, we get
Now, we use the power rule, which states that
We also know that