I would like to know how to find u as shown below. This question is an indefinite integral, and it is a whole question. No method specified. , where a is a constant.
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The substitution I would make would be . If you rewrite the integral as: it may look less confusing.
Originally Posted by 300600e I would like to know how to find u as shown below. This question is an indefinite integral, and it is a whole question. No method specified. , where a is a constant. Hint Now consider three cases: 1) ; 2) ; 3) .
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