what is the integral of x^(2)arctan(6x) dx?

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  1. I suggest you use integration by parts.

    Let x^2 dx = du and v = arctan (6x)
    u = x^3/3
    dv = 6 dx/[1 + (6x)^2]

    The integral is uv - Integral of u dv

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