**find the function, y=f(x), if y’=2x-1 and f(1)=3?**

**Answer:**

take the anti derivative of 2x-1 which is x^2-x+C where C is a constant

then plug in 1=x

(1)^2-1+C=3

1-1+C=3

C=3

therefore, f(x)=x^2-x+3

**find the function, y=f(x), if y’=2x-1 and f(1)=3?**

**Answer:**

take the anti derivative of 2x-1 which is x^2-x+C where C is a constant

then plug in 1=x

(1)^2-1+C=3

1-1+C=3

C=3

therefore, f(x)=x^2-x+3