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Textbook Problem

# Determine the formula used to evaluate ∫ 3 X 4 X − 5 d x and show how the formula would be applied.

To determine

To calculate: The formula used and show how the formula would be applied to evaluate the integral 3x4x5 dx.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided integral is 3x4x5 dx.

Formula used:

The given integral is in the form of uau+b dx where u is a variable and a & b are any constant, then the value of the integral is given by uaba2ln|au+b|+C.

Calculation:

Consider the provided integral:

3x4x5 dx

It can be written as 3x4x5 dx=x(43)x+(53) dx.

Now the given integral is in the form of uau+b dx.

So, use the formula provided to evaluate the given integral

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