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I have another problem about substitution Method. I think this method is used to make the problem to solve in easy way but it is making my procedure too long for this problem. Can you solve it by substitution method.

S (x+5)½/x-4 dx

where S is the sign of integral. The answer of this problem is

2(x+5)½+3ln[(x+5)½-3/(x+5)½+3]+c

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# Substitution Method

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