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Homework Help: Calculus II

Posted by Katie on Sunday, December 30, 2012 at 7:27pm.

Find x and dx using trigonometric substitution of

(integral) square root of 4x^2 - 9 divide by x

x = 2/3 sec x
dx = 2/3 tan x dx

Is this right so far?

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