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Just an integral

  1. Feb 15, 2010 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data


    2. Relevant equations

    The answer is given: [tex]\frac{3}{2}(x-2)^\frac{3}{2}-3(x-2)^\frac{1}{3}+ln|1+(x-2)^\frac{1}{3}|+C[/tex]

    I have to get my answer to look just like this.

    3. The attempt at a solution

    [tex]u=x-2[/tex], [tex]du=dx[/tex]














    From here I don't know where to go to get the answer stated above or if I'm not on the right track.
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  3. Feb 15, 2010 #2


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    You are doing fine. Now, just multiply the first two terms out. You can throw the constants out, since you already have a '+C'. Now combine what's left.
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