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[tex] \int {[(y-1)^3 + C]^{-1/2}}dy [/tex]

Is there a simple solution that can yield an answer? C is a constant. Integration by parts doesn't seem to look helpful (at least to me). Trigonometric substitution looks like one method that would work, though it would involve quite a bit of substitution and it appears it will be messy. Are there any other methods that are simpler and would work well?

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# Is there a simple integration?

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