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Asked Apr 10, 2019
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Use properties of the indefinite integral to express the following integral in terms of the simplest integrals:

∫(5x2 −5x)dx
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Expert Answer

Step 1

The given integral is ∫(5x^2–5x) dx.

It is known that, if f and g are integrable functions, then

i) ∫a f (x)dx = af (x)dx.

ii) ∫ (f (x) – g(x)) dx = ∫f (x)dx –∫g(x) dx.

Step 2

Use the above mentioned properties of the indefinite integral and express the given integral in terms of the simplest integral as fo...

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