When life gives you lemons, squeeze the juice out of them into a glass and then drink it, telling your friends that it's actually piss. Or something.

Ok,This is a ridiculously easy problem and you probably failed this exam if you can't solve it. There is only one trick to this problem and it isn't even calculus-related. Even I know how to do this one and I suck ass at all forms of math without exception. Well, I'm ok at some forms of simple addition, but only when drunk.The trick here is to simplify things by combining the exponents. This is easy as very easy pie if you remember the exponent rules and that exponents, when multiplied, are added together. This means that your 2x's inside of the brackets when multiplied together actually equal 4x and that you can then cancel this out with the 4x on the bottom of the equation. What you end up with is basically 3x/a and you integrate that and then multiply it by the -e^2x that's outside of the equation. TA-DA!The key here is just to reduce it, d00d. That's what you should look for first things first- before you ever try to tackle any tricky math problem. If you don't reduce stuff right away you end up staring for hours at these problems and thinking that they are assfuckingly difficult when in fact there is just some dumb and pretty simple algebra to keep in mind. Good luck in your math class.

You'll need all of the luck you can get.

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