Evaluate the integral ∫ [x^3/sqrt(x^2+1)] in two different ways. a) Integration by parts b) The substitution u = sqrt(x^2+1) Not sure how to do this, help would be greatly appreciated!
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Originally Posted by brumby_3 Evaluate the integral ∫ [x^3/sqrt(x^2+1)] in two different ways. a) Integration by parts b) The substitution u = sqrt(x^2+1) Not sure how to do this, help would be greatly appreciated! a) by parts... ... taking into account the identity... (1) ... is... (2) Kind regards
Originally Posted by brumby_3 b) The substitution u = sqrt(x^2+1)
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