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  • 3 years ago

Indefinite integration: 2x (x^2 + 1) ^4 dx

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  1. abe.hassan2
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    u = x^+1

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    du = 2x dx

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    dx= du/2x So, u^4 du = u^5/5

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    or, 1/5(x^2+1)^5

  5. abp2u
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    Thanks!

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