Which technique is used to solve a problem that fits this general format: \int f(g(x))g'x(x) dx= F(g(x)) +C?

a. Trigonometric substitution

b. Using previously developed solutions

c. Integration by parts

d. All of the above

MY GUESS IS D

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- Jul 14th 2008, 08:29 PMshanniepooh2which technique
Which technique is used to solve a problem that fits this general format: \int f(g(x))g'x(x) dx= F(g(x)) +C?

a. Trigonometric substitution

b. Using previously developed solutions

c. Integration by parts

d. All of the above

MY GUESS IS D - Jul 14th 2008, 08:31 PMMathstud28
- Jul 15th 2008, 06:21 AMmr fantastic
*After*the substitution u = g(x) is made, option d. would seem the best answer.

Personal opinion: This question you're being asked to answer is dumb. My opinion applies here too: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...questions.html. - Jul 15th 2008, 10:25 AMMathstud28
- Jul 15th 2008, 02:01 PMshanniepooh2

As dumb as they may be, they are still questions that I have to be familiar with. The study guide doesn't allow me to critic the question, just be familiar with it and answer it. Because these are wierd, thats why I have a difficult time trying to find the answer or even understand the question half the time. - Jul 15th 2008, 04:35 PMmr fantastic