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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

[tex]\int^{3}_{2}[/tex]12 * (x^2-4)^(5) * x

2. Relevant equations

U substitution.

3. The attempt at a solution

This is part of a FTC problem, but I find myself stumbling a little bit with the u substitution still. I'm not sure when the du= the derivative of the u, and when it is just the numbers left over.

Like in this situation, I set u=x^2-4. Would du=2x or 12x?

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# Homework Help: The Fundemental Theorum Of Calculus

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