The last part of a integral

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Homework Statement



4
∫ √x/(1+√x)
0

Homework Equations





The Attempt at a Solution



t=√x ; x=t^2 ; dx= 2t

2
∫ (2t^2)/(1+t)
0

and now?
thanx
 

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D H
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Simplify your denominator with another substitution.
 
  • #3
neutrino
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Bring the 2 outside the integral and then add and subtract 1 in the numerator.
 
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dextercioby
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First subtract and then add 1 in the numerator.

Daniel.
 
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Hi ddr,

Perform polynomial algebraic division and integrate the result directly.
 

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