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Use substitution to find the indefinite integral of (3x^2 - 5) dx / (x^3 -5x) .


Use substitution to find the indefinite integral of (3x^2 - 5) dx / (x^3 -5x) .

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To evaluate this indefinite integral, use a U-Substitution. By choosing (x^3-5x) as U, you can now evaluate the... View the full answer

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Whenever we see an integral that is a rational function where the numerator is the derivative of the denominator, then we... View the full answer

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