anonymous
  • anonymous
How do I integrate 6x(x+5)^4 using the substitution u=x+5
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anonymous
  • anonymous
after the subsitution, you will get 6(u-5) u^4 = 6(u^5 - 5u^4) It is very easy for you to integrate with respect to u now
anonymous
  • anonymous
there is wolfram alpha for that
anonymous
  • anonymous
it shows you the steps as well

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anonymous
  • anonymous
just go and type integrate 6x(x+5)^4 and you will get the solution... Wolfram alpha helped me pass 1A calculus
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohhhh I get it now, thanks guys

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