Posted by James on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 4:32pm.
Find the Indefinite Integral without u substitution of the following
a)(8x3)/(12x^6)
b) 2sqrtx(5x6)
c) (4x+3)/xsqrtx
d) (5x6)^2 / sqrt x
e) 16x^2 + x  20 / 4x^2

Calculuse  bobpursley, Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 5:47pm
Expand each out, as this:
b. 10 sqrtx*x12sqrtx
10 x^3/2  12 x^1/2
now use the power rule.
c. 4x^1/2 + 3x^3/2 use the power rule
d. expand the numerator, then write the sum of the three terms, use the power rule.
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