Why don't you try the substitution instead?
is no easier to integrate than .
Here is my original problem:
Here are the steps I worked. I'm VERY new to integrals and substitution, so bear with me, please.
Am I on the right track so far? Multiplying the with the is kinda throwing me off...should that be what I do next? If so, as a result of that multiplication, I am getting which I think is wrong. I don't mean this to be rude but if you want to help me, please dont work the problem for me, I just want to be pointed in the correct direction. I learn better when I can work it out myself. Thanks