I rewrote this as

= t(t - 4)^1/3.... do I combine them and integrate after?

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- Dec 11th 2012, 10:15 AMasilvester635integration homework help
I rewrote this as

= t(t - 4)^1/3.... do I combine them and integrate after? - Dec 11th 2012, 10:35 AMZouzzRe: integration homework help
Integration by parts, like the other one i commented on u(x)=(t-4)^(1/3), v(x)=t :D

- Dec 11th 2012, 10:37 AMskeeterRe: integration homework help

substitute ...

can you finish? - Dec 11th 2012, 10:41 AMZouzzRe: integration homework help
...or that XD

- Dec 11th 2012, 10:56 AMasilvester635Re: integration homework help
this is different on how i learned it.... so i integrate the right side??? sorry idk x/

- Dec 11th 2012, 12:01 PMasilvester635Re: integration homework help
wait i got it... im working on it at the moment....

okay heres what i've got so far

u = t - 4

du = dt

t = u + 4

= ^3√u ( u + 4) + c

= u^1/3 (u + 4) + c

now do i multiply u^1/3 (u + 4) together and integrate? - Dec 11th 2012, 02:44 PMProve ItRe: integration homework help
Yes.

- Dec 19th 2012, 05:20 AMx3bnmRe: integration homework help

So for let

And let

Check:

int x(x-4)^(1/3) dx - Wolfram|Alpha - Dec 19th 2012, 11:10 AMhollywoodRe: integration homework help
Or starting from skeeter's post,

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- Mar 29th 2013, 06:56 AMHallsofIvyRe: integration homework help