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posted by Dave .
Evaluate the integral of (x^3 + x^4*tanx) from [pi/4, pi/4]
How do we know which one to let equal to u in order to start this whole process?
The answer in the book is 0.

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Steve
I suspect a typo. That integral is not solvable using elementary functions.
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