Integration with fractions

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Homework Statement


Integrate: (5x-6)2/x1/2


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The Attempt at a Solution


I tried substitution, letting u=5x-6 and then plugging that in but realized that I didn't have the proper set up for that. I'm unsure how to go about this; should I factor out the numerator or would that only make things more difficult?
 
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Answers and Replies

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transphenomen
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Multiply (5x-6)^2 out and separate the equation into three terms.
 
  • #3
Char. Limit
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Expand the numerator and then it should be easy.
 
  • #4
howsockgothap
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It was very easy indeed. thanks.
 

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