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Integration and fundamental forces
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Integration, fundamental laws of conservation, fundamental forces in nature are the topics covered.

Nakul Bansal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Nakul Bansal
3rd year MBBS student at VMMC and Safdarjung hospital, New delhi (AIR 84- NEET) (AIR-165 AIIMS)

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Now integration of dx/x is logx base e but in most cases when we integrate dx/x in any problem we take the ans as logx base 10 not base e why?
Nakul Bansal
a year ago
We just skip a step. For that logx base e is converted to logx base 10, by multiplying with 2.303. If u take logx base 10 , take term 2.303 in the answer.