A simple u-substitution will do.
Let:
So your integral becomes:
Factor out the and it should be a standard integral
I have not done calc in about 3 years and I'm currently in a calc class and I am stuck on a reveiw question:
integrate :
humm i cant seem to get it to display nice so but this is what im trying to write:
(x^4)e^(x^5)dx
I bet it's pretty simple, I forget alot :P Any help is greatly appriciated!