im trying to integrate the function which is . if I make u=x^2 or u=x-x^2 for u-substitution it never turns out right though.. please someone help

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- April 5th 2009, 01:54 PMArezhow to integrate this??
im trying to integrate the function which is . if I make u=x^2 or u=x-x^2 for u-substitution it never turns out right though.. please someone help

- April 5th 2009, 01:58 PMJhevon
- April 5th 2009, 01:58 PMMoo
Hello,

No, don't substitute anything (Surprised)

Then recall this common antiderivative :

, for any

Edit : woops, too late