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Let n be a positive arbitrary integer. If the substitution u=1+x^(1/n) is made in the integral ∫√(1+x^(1/n)) dx, what is the new integral?
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Let n be a positive arbitrary integer. If the substitution u=1+x^(1/n) is made in the integral ∫√(1+x^(1/n)) dx, what is the new integral?
 8 months ago
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