Determine the following integrals:

x(x+2)^{7/2}dx

Would I use the substitution method making U= x+2 therefore the derivative of that is just 1 and then continue on? Or am I completely on the wrong track!

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- Nov 28th 2012, 04:21 AMsimon24Integrals
Determine the following integrals:

x(x+2)^{7/2}dx

Would I use the substitution method making U= x+2 therefore the derivative of that is just 1 and then continue on? Or am I completely on the wrong track! - Nov 28th 2012, 04:45 AMMarkFLRe: Integrals
That would be a good substitution, as it will give you:

Now, distribute and integrate, then back-substitute for . - Dec 13th 2012, 11:34 AMjason403Re: Integrals
any idea to solve this:

- Dec 13th 2012, 11:37 AMskeeterRe: Integrals