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11.3_8 Can you please help with a step by step guide? Thank you very much in advance.

Use the Log Rule to find the indefinite integral. (Use *C* for the constant of integration. Remember to use absolute values where appropriate.)

∫ x^2/(5-x^3)dx

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Step 1

The log rule to compute the value of the indefinite integral is

Step 2

In order to use the log rule, change the numerator as –3*x*^2.

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