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Integration of Exponential Functions About this document ... The following problems involve the integration of exponential functions. We will assume knowledge of the following well-known differentiation formulas : where , and where is any positive constant not equal to 1 and is the natural (base ) logarithm of . As you do the following problems, remember these three general rules for integration : where is any constant not equal to -1, where is any constant, and Because the integral where is any nonzero constant, appears so often in the following set of problems, we will find a formula for it now using u-substitution so that we don't have to do this simple process each time. so that or Now substitute into the original problem, replacing all forms of , and getting We now have the following variation of formula 1 The following often-forgotten, misused, and unpopular rules for exponents will also be helpful : and Most of the following problems are average. Integrate . Click HERE to see a detailed solution to problem 1. Integrate .
Australia's health system 2.0 Introduction Australia's health system is complex. It can perhaps be best described as a 'web': a web of services, providers, recipients and organisational structures. This chapter looks at the many components of the Australian health system, how they are organised and funded, and how they are delivered to, and used by, Australians. While for many Australians most of their contact with the health system involves a visit to a GP or pharmacist, these services are part of a much broader and complex network. Complexity is unavoidable in providing a multi-faceted and inclusive approach to meeting the health system needs of Australia's many and varied residents, when those needs are shaped by many and varied factors, including gender, age, health history and behaviours, location, and socioeconomic and cultural background. As one might expect, a system of this scale and complexity costs. Our health as a nation depends on our health as individuals-and vice versa. 2.1 Australia's health system
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