# How do you integrate #g(t)=t^2-4/t# using the power rule?

##### 1 Answer

Jan 22, 2017

The *derivative* of the function is

#### Explanation:

The power rule states that the derivative of

Rewrite the function with a negative exponent:

#g(t)=t^2-4t^-1#

Now apply the power rule:

#g'(t)=2t^(2-1)-4(-1)t^(-1-1)#

#g'(t)=2t^1+4t^-2#

#g'(t)=2t+4/t^2#