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yeh, im still going through revision, and im also stuck on this question.

*integral sign*(upper limit 4, lower limit 2) x/sqrt(3x^2 + 4).dx

When i look at this, i think of letting u = 3x^2 + 4, then bringing that sqrt to the top,solving for dx, and then find the integral, and sub the values in to find the definite answer

Could someone clarify this for me

Thanx

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