# Calculus

"Evaluate the following indefinite integral using integration by parts:

*integral sign* tan^-1(x) dx"

I let u = tan^-1(x) and dv = dx. Is that right?

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1. Oops! I just found out that I don't need to know how to do this type of question.

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