# Homework Help: Another One Please, Help Me With This.

1. Apr 24, 2007

### butoyzki

$$\int \sqrt[3]{3x}$$

2. Apr 24, 2007

### butoyzki

would you mind to show the step by step solution? thanks!

3. Apr 24, 2007

### butoyzki

would you mind to show the step by step solution? thanks!

4. Apr 24, 2007

### okevino

lol i know how to do it but dont' know how to step by step the proper way..

5. Apr 24, 2007

### butoyzki

hi

what do you mean? would you mind if you do it in latex coding?

6. Apr 24, 2007

### Hurkyl

Staff Emeritus
Yes, I would mind. This forum is so we can help you do the problem, not for us to give you answers to your homework.

7. Apr 24, 2007

### butoyzki

the problem is, i don't know how does the answer get to be the right one, so i'm asking a favor for you to show me how it happened to be like that. thanks.

8. Apr 24, 2007

### mezarashi

That question can be rewritten as:

$$\int {(x^{\frac{1}{3}} \sqrt[3]{3})}$$

I believe that's similar to a previous question you posted. Constants can always be moved out of an integration.

9. Apr 24, 2007

thanks guys!

a big help..