Hello all =],
"The indefinite integral is equal to:"
Could anyone explain what happens here and the steps that i need to go through. I understand some of the steps but not all of them.
According to my text book the answer is;
Thanks
Hello all =],
"The indefinite integral is equal to:"
Could anyone explain what happens here and the steps that i need to go through. I understand some of the steps but not all of them.
According to my text book the answer is;
Thanks
Hello,
the book wants you to evaluate the indefinite integral, .
There may be a few ways to deal with this. We can expand (5x-4)^4 using binomial theorem, then integrate it term by term. But this is long, tiring and unnecessary, so we won't use this approach.
If we can reduce 5x-4 to one term, we can integrate it easily.
Substitute and it's easy to finish from there.