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help please!
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expand nominator and integrate
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how ?

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it will convert into the integral of (x/x +2sqrtx/x+1/x) then simplize it into integral of (1+2/sqrtx + 1/x) so integrate: int(1)=x int(2/sqrtx)=2sqrtx int(1/x)=ln x result : x+2sqrtx + lnx
anonymous
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coould you use Equation to show that
anonymous
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it looks too messy
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\[\int\limits 1{}^{?}\] = 1 \[\int\limits 2/\sqrt{x} {?}^{?}\]=\[2\sqrt{x}\] \[\int\limits1/x{?}^{?}\]=\[\ln x\]
anonymous
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now i got it ` thank you very much
anonymous
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nothing i did!
anonymous
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are you therE?
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yeah
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diid you want to say anyhting?

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