Using Integration Tables In Exercises 23–30, use the integration table in Appendix C to find the indefinite integral.
To calculate: The value of indefinite integral .
The provided expression is,
The integral formula,
General power differentiation Rule:
Consider the provided expression,
And compare from the formula,
So, in the provided expression, .
Differentiate with respect to x by the use of power rule of differentiation.
Consider the provided expression:
Rewrite the expression as,
Here, , and .
Substitute for , for 5, and for
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