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`        how to integrate [x^5(1+x^4)]`
6 years ago

SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
```										Dear student,
Let x4=t
then 4x3 dx=dt
Substitute these values and you will easliy integrate it using standard results...

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6 years ago
PRATIK subramaniyam SAXENA
30 Points
```										it is ur soln.
x^5(1+x^4) dx
(x^5+x^9) dx
which on integration gives
x^6 .1/6+x^10 .1/10
```
6 years ago
510 Points
```										[1+x4]x5dx = [1+x4]x2x3 dx
put   x4 = t
4x3dx = dt
now expression is
[1+t]t1/2 dt/4
[ t1/2+t3/2 ]dt/4
[(2/3)t3/2 + (2/5)t5/2]/4 + C
(2/3)(x6) + (2/5)x10 + C
```
6 years ago
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