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Textbook Problem

# In each of Problems 5 and 6, one of parts (a) and (b) can be integrated with the Power Rule and the other cannot. Integrate the part that can be done with the Power Rule, and explain why the Power Rule cannot be used to evaluate the other.(a) ∫ ( 3 x 4 − 7 ) 12 ( 12 x d x ) (b) ∫ ( 5 x 3 + 11 ) 7 ( 15 x 2 d x )

(a)

To determine

To calculate: The value of the integral (3x47)12(12x)dx.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided integral is (3x47)12(12x)dx

Formula used:

According to the power formula of integrals, if u=u(x), then:

undu=un+1n+1+C

Calculation:

Consider the provided integral:

(3x47)12(12x)<

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The value of the integral (5x3+11)7(15x2)dx.

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