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12 dx (complete the square)
13.) f
14.)arccos(x) dx (round to three deci
x4 +2x2+2
xel dx (use integration by parts)
0
1/2
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12 dx (complete the square) 13.) f 14.)arccos(x) dx (round to three deci x4 +2x2+2 xel dx (use integration by parts) 0 1/2

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The given definite integral is

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Step 2

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Integration by parts

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Evaluate the integral by making a subs...

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