Prove and Calculate the Problem

Calculus
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Dec 3rd, 2014

Integral of x^(-alpha) = x^(-alpha+1)/(-alpha+1)

Since alpha lies between 0 and 1, the value of the integral at lower limit 0 is zero and at upper limit it is 16(1-alpha) =1^ positive exponent=1

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