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Jagat Chaudhary

Qualified IIT-JEE,IIT-JAM.
Expert faculty for IIT-JEE Mathematics Courses.
M.Sc. Ph.D. (MATHEMATICS) IIT Bhubaneswar.Cofounder at Aspiration

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Shalini Sinha

7 months ago

Nice Concept sir

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Naveen Aerpula

23 days ago

sir integration of second and third expression are wrong because integration of (3x+1)^e=(3x+1)^e+1/(e+1)3 and integration of 1/3x+1=log(3x+1)/3

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Jagat Chaudhary

22 days ago

Yes, divided by 3 is also there. Please ignore this mistake. Keep learning and thankyou for this ππ

Lohith Seedella

3 months ago

Sir, Would you please give the clarification about where to use the 'log' in the denominator..

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Yuvraj jaiswal

3 months ago

e^βx dx integral?

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Jagat Chaudhary

2 months ago

Yuvraj, put βx=t and after that use integration by parts.okay ji. π. And please rate the course and write a review also. Feel free to ask doubts or questions. Happy learning π

Yadav Jyoshna jyoshna

5 months ago

sir, here log(3x+1)/3 have been came

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Shubranshu Rastogi

7 months ago

sir in last question part 2 and 3 is to be divided by 3

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Jagat Chaudhary

7 months ago

yes, in 2nd and 3rd term, we should divide by 3 also. thanks for sharing this π

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