# if f'(x) = ( x*cosx + 7) /x  and f(0) = 5. find f(x).

hala718 | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

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f'(x) = (x*cosx + 7) /x

Let us simplify the function.

f'(x) = xcosx/x + 7/x

= cosx + 7/x

==> f'(x) = cosx + 7/x

Now we know that f(x) = integral f'(x).

==> f(x) = intg f'(x) dx

= intg (cosx + 7/x) dx

= intg cosx dx  + intg 7/x dx

= sinx + 7*ln x + C

==>f(x) = sinx  + 7*lnx + C

f(0) is not a valid point because lnx is not defined at x= 0.

justaguide | College Teacher | (Level 2) Distinguished Educator

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We are given that f'(x) = ( x*cos x + 7) /x  and f(0) = 5.

Now f(x) = Int (f'(x))

Int [f'(x)] = Int [( x*cos x + 7) /x]

=> Int [ cos x + 7/x] +C

=> Int (cos x) + Int (7/x) + C

=> sin x + 7 ln x + C

Now, f(0) = 5

=> sin 0 + 7 ln 0 + C = 5

But ln 0 is not defined.

Therefore f(x) = sin x + 7 ln x + C.

neela | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Valedictorian

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f'(x) = (x*cosx+7)/x and f'(0) = 5. To find f(x).

Since f'(x) = (﻿﻿x*cosx+7)/x,

f(x) = Int(x*cosx+7)/x dx = Int(cosx+7/x) dx = -sinx +7lnx+C

f'(0) = 5 given

So f(x) = -sinx +7lnx +C.

Since f(0) = Lt x--> 0 ln(x) = -infinity. So f(0) does not exists.

So f(x) = -cosx+7lnx+c.