# Evaluate the following integrals. | Ch 7.3 - 12E

## Problem 12E Chapter 7.3

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Problem 12E

Evaluate the following integrals.

Step-by-Step Solution:

Solution:-

Step 1</p>

We have to integrate

To evaluate this integral we use the method of integration by parts.

I =

Multiplying and dividing the integrand by ,we get

I =

=

Now, taking I1 =  and I2 =

I = 36I1   I2

Step 2</p>

To solve for I1 = ,we go ahead with the method of integration by substitution.

But first let’s arrange the integral,

Going ahead with the method of integration by substitution,  put  Differentiating   , we get

Changing the variable in the integral, we get

I1 =

The integral we have now, we use the formula

Putting in the value for t , we obtain the integral

I1 =

Step 3 of 3

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