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                   Can I get all the formulas of Indefinite Integration
                   

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3 ∫ 2 (2x 2 + 1) dx
 
 
integration of (2(X^2)+1)dx from 2 to 3 is equal to (2((x^3)/3)+x) from 2 to3 =(2((3^3)/3)+3)-(2((2^3)/3)+2) =(2*(27/3)+3)-(2*(8/3)+2) =(18+3)-((16/3)+2) =(21)-(22/3) =41/3
 
Miryala Gopalakrishna 8 months ago
 
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