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    Integrate using u-substitution

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\int {\frac{{\sqrt x }}<br />
{{\sqrt {1 + \sqrt x } }}dx} <br /> <br />
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    u = the denominator
    By algebra isolate x then find dx
    hmmm, can you do it now?
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    Use u = sqrt[1+sqrt(x)]

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