I'm a bit new to integrals and their rules, and am having some trouble integrating the following: If someone could walk me through it I would appreciate it! I'm not sure if I need to use substitution for this or not.
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Originally Posted by cdlegendary I'm a bit new to integrals and their rules, and am having some trouble integrating the following: If someone could walk me through it I would appreciate it! I'm not sure if I need to use substitution for this or not. No need for substitution here. Apply the following formula: $\displaystyle (a-b)^2 = a^2 - 2ab + b^2$ Can you do it ?
Originally Posted by General No need for substitution here. Apply the following formula: $\displaystyle (a-b)^2 = a^2 - 2ab + b^2$ Can you do it ? Ah, I see. Thanks for clearing this up for me!
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