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Indefinite integrals Determine the following indefinite

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Problem 50RE

Indefinite integrals? Determine the following indefinite integrals. (x??3x +1)dx

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Solution Step 1 In this problem we are going to evaluate the given integral (x x + 1)dx 3 In order to evaluate we will be using the following rules. 1. Sum rule: (f +g)dx = f dx + gdx 2. Difference rule: (f g)dx = f dx g dx 3. Constant multiple rule: cf(x) x = c f(x) dx 4. Power rule: x dx n xn+1 n / 1 n+1

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