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Integrate the following function $f(x)$ using the standard rule for polynomials.

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Differentiate $f(x) = ax^m$.

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The standard rule for integration of polynomial expressions is

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\$f(x) = ax^n\$
\$\\int f(x)\\,dx=\\frac{ax^{n+1}}{n+1}\$

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$\\displaystyle \\simplify[std]{f(x) = {a}x ^ {m} }$

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$\\displaystyle \\int f(x)\\,dx=\\;$[[0]]

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The standard rule for differentiation of polynomial expressions is

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\$f(x) = ax^n\$
\$\\frac{d(f(x))}{dx}=anx^{n-1}\$

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For this example...

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