ok here is the integral...sorry for the laziness...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

integral of dt/(t^4)-25

would this just turn out to be (t^4)-25 since you can bring up the denominator to the top as (something)^-1....then just take the antiderivative...? hope that makes sense

edit: ok that wont work...so I think i need to make a trig sub....so like.....hmm do i let t= sec x?

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# Homework Help: Quick integral question

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