That's very good. Now use the identity:
This is much easier to integrate.
find the indefinite integral of (x^2)/[(9-x^2)^(1/2)]
Im think im supposed to try to set x=3sin(u) thus dx=3cos(u) du i think im on the right track but i just keep getting the integral of 9sin^2(u) du and i get all messed up
i hope that makes sense. i dont know how to type all crazy math like
okay then i split it up as 2 integrals like so 9{intieral(1/2)-integral[cos(2u)/2]}
then the the antiderivative of those come out to 9[(u/2)-(sin(2u)/4)]
then when i plug arcsin(x/3) into u it gets all messed up and i have to take the sin of the arcsin?
i dont know if im doing something wrong