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amorfide Group Title

integrate 2(3x+3)² does this become

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    |dw:1350484294047:dw|

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    1) Get the constant out of here!\[2\int (3x + 3)^2\]Make it in polynomial form.\[2\int 9x^2 + 18x + 9\]

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    use simpsons rule please

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    careful....

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    Simpson's rule?

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    Do you know how to integrate polynomials?

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    something to do with integrating as normal then multiplying by differential of the bracket or 1 over the differential or something

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    |dw:1350484623479:dw|

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    The only Simpson's Rule I ever heard of was used for definite integration. :P

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    + C ^^

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    \[2(6x^3 + 18x^2 + 18x) + \rm C\]\[12x^3 + 36x^2 + 36x+ C\]That's the easiest way I ever heard. lol

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