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fran1942

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The following is my attempt:

x(x-1)^3

u = x-1

du/dx = 1

du/1 = dx

x(u)^4 / 4

My final (incorrect) answer.

x(x-1)^4 / 4

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fran1942

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The following is my attempt:

x(x-1)^3

u = x-1

du/dx = 1

du/1 = dx

x(u)^4 / 4

My final (incorrect) answer.

x(x-1)^4 / 4

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tiny-tim

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(try using the X

x(u)^4 / 4

no, you must substitute

you can't end up with something that still has an x in it!

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Shootertrex

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Biosyn

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Don't forget the constant of integration!

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ketty55555

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we cannot seem to integrate Plancks law to show that stefans boltzman constant is 5.67x10^-8

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