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Asked Apr 5, 2019
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4. Use properties of the indefinite integral to express the following integral in terms of the simplest integrals:

∫(7x2−6x)dx
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Expert Answer

Step 1

We need to evaluate ∫(7x2−6x)dx

Step 2

Let us consider I = ∫(7x2−6x)dx     

Step 3

We know that, By the property ...

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