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Evaluate the indefinite integral.$\displaystyle \int \frac{2^t}{2^t + 3} \, dt$

$\frac{\ln \left(2^{t}+3\right)}{\ln 2}+C$

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we know that you is to to the t plus three, which means that de you is to the g natural over to D. T. Which means that u to the t dtv as do you over natural too. Which means we pull out one over natural with two times the integral one over you, do you? Which gives us one over Natural of two. Tim's Natural Look of You plus C, which gives a snatcher walk of tea to the two to the teeth plus three. Divide by natural of two, plus C is our solution.

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Integrals

Integration

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Idaho State University

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