How do you integrate from 0 to x: (t^2)*sqrt(2+5t^4)?
I've tried integration by parts where t^2 is dv/dt and sqrt(2+5t^4) is u but it ends up funny and possibly more complex.
Integration by substitution also leaves me with a funny number.
I'm really stuck, so any ideas would help.
Thanks

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\[\large \int\limits_{0}^{x}t^2 \sqrt{2+5t^4})dt\] correct?

Yup, that's the integral we need to find

I was thinking fundamental theorem of calculus part 1 but that's more for derivative, hmm.

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