Do I make in order to solve this problem?
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Originally Posted by cammywhite Do I make in order to solve this problem? Yes! Just remember to factor out of your integral!
Originally Posted by cammywhite Do I make in order to solve this problem? Yes. Notice that if then . So . I trust you can go from here...
Originally Posted by Prove It Yes. Notice that if then . So . I trust you can go from here... Let me try so far correct?
Originally Posted by cammywhite Let me try so far correct? Your integration is correct, but you need to leave out the integral sign & du since you have already integrated.
Originally Posted by mollymcf2009 Your integration is correct, but you need to leave out the integral sign & du since you have already integrated. I looked at the answer and it's I have no clue how to get to the answer
Originally Posted by cammywhite Let me try so far correct?
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet i don't get this part
Originally Posted by cammywhite i don't get this part We are using this exponent law Note that So using this we get
Integration by substitution is like a backward-application of the chain rule. In the expression we see that looks like it was differentiated from of the square root. To find the real antiderivative, we just add in the factor to get from .
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