Question
1. Which of the following integrals is a candidate for the Substitution Method?
| 5x* sin(x*)dx
sin' x cos x dx
(a)
x sin x dx
(c)

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1. Which of the following integrals is a candidate for the Substitution Method? | 5x* sin(x*)dx sin' x cos x dx (a) x sin x dx (c)

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