thus k = 5 but my question is where did the negative come from,,, how does the integral (1-x)^4 = -[(1-x)^5]/5

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thus k = 5 but my question is where did the negative come from,,,

how does the integral (1-x)^4 = -[(1-x)^5]/5

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