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    [SOLVED] Integration by Substitution

    integrate x/sqrt(1-x^4) dx
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinson24 View Post
    integrate x/sqrt(1-x^4) dx
    do a substitution. let u = x^2, then your integral becomes \frac 12 \int \frac 1{\sqrt{1 - u^2}}~du

    now do you see what to do? do you see how that substitution works?
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    Nevermind, I misread the question. Go Jhevon
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    yes thank you
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