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Evaluate the indefinite integral: y*(y+5)^1/3 dy.

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  1. let u = y + 5
    then
    du = dy
    we have integral of
    (u-5) u^(1/3) du
    or of
    u^(4/3) du - 5 u^(1/3) du

    Can you take it from there? Remember to change u back to y+5 in the end and add a constant c.

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    posted by Damon

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