Re: Indefinite Integral Help

1. Write it as and integrate term by term.

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Now you can make the substitution and integrate.

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Now make the substitution .

Re: Indefinite Integral Help

Re: Indefinite Integral Help

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Originally Posted by

**vanillachyrae** Can you help show how to solve these??

Please kindly show the steps.

1. (x^2/3) - (x^1/4) / (x^1/2) dx

2. [x(x+2)] / (x^3 + 3x^2 - 5) dx

3. (X^3)(x^4 - 4x^2 + 4)^1/2 dx

4. [(x-1)/(x^5)]^1/2 dx

5. (x^2 + 3)^1/3 (x^5) dx

6. (x^3 + 3x^2 - 9) / (x + 3)^1/2 dx

Thanks in advance!!! :)))

5.

Now let and the integral becomes

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Re: Indefinite Integral Help

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Originally Posted by

**ibdutt**

Is this not exactly what I did in the post directly above?

Re: Indefinite Integral Help

Hmm..seems like I got the whole question 5 wrong...(Lipssealed)

@ vanillachyrae : please learn to write in latex(its not at all hard)(Wink)

@ Prove it: You were great and quick as usual(Clapping)

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