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    trouble with indefinite integrals

    I was able to solve the first question but I'm stuck after. Can someone help me with the second one and then I'll try to solve the others. I scanned my sheet in pdf format in the attachment for easy viewing.
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    The answers to the first three are: 0,~-3,~\&~12.

    You do the last three.
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    I got 11, 1 and 19 for the last three.
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    I solved it, the last three are 11, -1 and 11. I was able to figure out the rules by the answer you gave me above. Thanks for your help.
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