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    integrate this: (sqrt(6x^2+1+x^6))/2x

    I am trying to integrate this: (sqrt(6x^2+1+x^6))/2x I am unsure what to do with the square root. I can't factor it.
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    Hello,

    \sqrt{x} = x^{\frac{1}{2}}. Apply the reciprocal to the chain rule, power rule & quotient rule in order to integrate this equation.

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