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Evaluate the following indefinite integral: (2t^{6}-3)/t^{3}dt

3. The attempt at a solution

I know I need to substitute. Tried u= t^{3}and found du= 3t^{2}dt. Tried to find where du would substitute in, but found nothing. Also tried u= 2t^{6}-3. Found du=12t^{5}dt and again cannot find where to sub in the du. Any suggestions on where I'm going wrong?

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# Homework Help: Evaluation of Indefinite Integral

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