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Use the substitution rule for definite integrals to evaluate the following definite integral.
2+7) (2x)dx
(x2
1
7) (2x)dx=
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Use the substitution rule for definite integrals to evaluate the following definite integral. 2+7) (2x)dx (x2 1 7) (2x)dx=

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Step 1

The given integral is

(x2 +7* (2x)&
0
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(x2 +7* (2x)& 0

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Step 2

Substitute the values of u and ...

ux27 and du = 2xdx
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ux27 and du = 2xdx

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