Thank you very much

I got it.

I have one more question:

$\displaystyle \int x^5e^{x^6}$

I was able to solve this by method of staring & got $\displaystyle \frac{e^{x^6}}{6}$

I tried to apply the method of substitution to this for kicks, and heres what happens:

$\displaystyle u=e^{x^6}$

$\displaystyle du=6x^5e^{x^6}dx$

As a general rule for the future, what exactly does it mean when my du contains my u? What should I do in these scenarios?

$\displaystyle

\int \frac{du}{6} = \frac{1}{6}\int du

$

Would this be the proper way to proceed?

When all I have is my du in my expression, does that always mean to stop "integrating" and to just write it as-is?

Thanks!