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  • 5 years ago

Integral of [(4x + 7)^2]/x^2 dx How do you solve using substitution?

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  1. anonymous
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    u don't have to solve by substitution. just foil it out and you find a simpler way to solve it

  2. anonymous
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    did u get it

  3. anonymous
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    yep thanks, i still would like to know how to solve a problem with substitution though

  4. anonymous
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    well to do that let u=x^2 then du=2x dx

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