# Answer: 1–26, find the indicated indefinite integral.

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Problem 3E

In 1–26, find the indicated indefinite integral.

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SolutionStep 1of 6In this problem we have to integrate the given indefinite integral, Let us take I =4e6t^5 dtStep 2 of 6We have to solve the above integral by substitution methodLet us take u = t5 as substitutionStep 3 of 6Differentiating u with respect to t we get,4

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