Posted by **renee** on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 12:17pm.

FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD

(X^4-16)^5 X^3 DX

- CALCULUS -
**MathMate**, Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 5:05pm
Hint:

note the x^4 in parentheses, and that d(x^4)/dx = 4x^3, so substituting

y=x^4 would have a good chance of success.

If

y=x^4-16,

dy=4x^3dx

So

I=∫(X^4-16)^5 X^3 DX

=∫y^5(dy/4)

proceed with the power rule and put back y=x^4-16 into I.

Do not forget the integration constant C.

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- Calculus - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD e^3X DX
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD X^3+X^2/...
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD (X^4-16)^...
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD X^3+X^2/3X^...
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD X^3+X^2/3X^...
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD DX/1+5X
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL BY THE SUBSTITUTION METHOD e^3X DX
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL (X^2+1)^9 X DX
- CALCULUS - FIND EACH INDEFINITE INTERGRAL (X^2+1)^9 2X DX
- integration (calculus) - Find the indefinite integral. ∫((e^-x-1)/(e^-x + ...

More Related Questions