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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That would be a good substitution, as it will give you: $\displaystyle \int (u-2)u^{\frac{7}{2}}\,du$ Now, distribute and integrate, then back-substitute for $\displaystyle u$.
any idea to solve this:
Originally Posted by jason403 any idea to solve this: start your own thread, please ... do not piggy-back onto another thread.
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