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integral of (t^2+t)/(sqrt(t+1)) using u-substitution

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Bah, moving to here, that chat thing sucks on my computer. But yea, I'd let u = t+1 and do the factoring
So int of (u-1)(u)/sqrt(u)
Then it's (u-1)(u)(u)^(-1/2)

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From there you can easily simplify it and break it into 2 managable integrals.
right okay thanks, I had thought about factoring the numerator but didn't use the factored bit right is all
Ah, okay. Well good luck. Post if you need more help (although I'm gonna be leaving soon)

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