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sir , can you please help me to solve the question integral part of ​ ​( 2 1/2 ​+1 ) ​6

    sir , can you please  help me to solve the question                  integral part of ​( 21/2   ​+1 )  ​6

Grade:12

1 Answers

Siddhesh Sawant
21 Points
4 years ago
Since this is a constant value; its inetgral will be (2^(1/2) + 1)^6 ×(x). Unlike derivatives integrating a constant value gives the same value multiplied with `x` or the parameter used for integrating the function. If the function had been (x^(1/2) +1)^6 we would have used binomial expansion. Hope this solves your doubt

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