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###### Evaluate the definite integral:8tdt 2 (1+ e 8) -8tdt = 2 (1+ e 8t) =(Type an exact answer in terms of e.)

Evaluate the definite integral: 8t dt 2 (1+ e 8) - 8t dt = 2 (1+ e 8t) = (Type an exact answer in terms of e.)

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