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# Evaluate the indefinite integrals in Exercises | Ch 5.5 - 6E ## Problem 6E Chapter 5.5

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Problem 6E

Problem  6E

Evaluate the indefinite integrals in Exercises 1–16 by using the given substitutions to reduce the integrals to standard form. Step-by-Step Solution:

Step 1 of 3</p>

Here, we have to evaluate the given indefinite integral by using the given substitution. ……..(1), .

Step 2 of 3</p>

Here, we have to use the substitution .

Therefore, we get . Therefore, (1) becomes   .

On substituting back , we get the solution as Step 3 of 3

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