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If a quesiton has two parts to it
the first part might ask for dy/dx
following that the next question would ask to hence antidifferentiate the question
I'm just wondering what it means?
and if anyone could please provide an example as well

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It is not very important. It just means 'therefore'.

So, as a result of finding the previous answer, now find what this answer is.

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Eg. Differentiate ln(x^2+2)
= (2x)/(x^2+2)

Hence,
Find the antidifferentiate for x/(x^2+2)

<(2x)/(x^2+2)> dx = ln(x^2+2) (State the previous answer)

2 time <(x)/(x^2+2)> dx = ln(x^2+2)

Therefore,    

<(x)/(x^2+2)> dx = ln(x^2+2) time (1/2)

= ln(x^2+2)/2

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