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Math Help - [SOLVED] Proving an inegral solution

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    [SOLVED] Proving an inegral solution

    \int {\frac{{dx}}<br />
{{x(1 + \sqrt[3]{x})}} = 3\ln \left| {\frac{{\sqrt[3]{x}}}<br />
{{1 + \sqrt[3]{x}}}} \right|}  + c<br />

    i thought of using a u sub with u= cuberootx and du= dx/3x^2/3

    but i can't seem to make it work
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    Hi genlovesmusic09

    Your substitution works.

    EDIT : Sorry, didn't read that the thread has [SOLVED]
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