Yes, I would try integration by parts, where:
Then use long division on the integrand of the integral that results.
I can't seem to find a substitution for the inverse of tan anywhere, and online it looks like a mess. Can someone tell me the step by step process for integrating the following, please.
∫x^2arctan(6x)dx
Is this with integration by parts?
Thank you!
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Yes, I use the LIATE rule to decide which will be u.