Posted by **mimie** on Saturday, January 28, 2012 at 9:17pm.

Solve using Integration by Substitution :

∫√x2-a2/x dx

∫√c2-a dx

∫ ln (√y + 3) dy

∫(5y+4) dy/√5y-1

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