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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Okay then, is this the final answer = (5-x)(3e^3x) + (integral) -- (1/3)e^3x = (5-x)(3e^3x) + (1/9)e^3x + C
Integrate using integration by parts (integral) (5-x) e^3x u = 5-x du = -dx dv = e^3x v = 3e^3x I wonder if this is right so far. = uv - (integral) v du = (5-x)(3e^3x) - (integral) (-3e^3x) =(5-x)(3e^3x) + (integral) (3e^3x) = (5-x)(3e^3x) + 9e^3x + C
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