Using Different Methods In Exercises 35 and 36, find the indefinite integral using each method.
(a) Trigonometric substitution
(c) Integration by parts:
To calculate: The value of using trigonometric substitution.
The integral which has to be solved by trigonometric substitution.
If the function, has a continuous derivative on the closed interval and f is continuous on the range of g, then
For the integral
The integral can be solved as follows,
To calculate: The value of using substitution.
To calculate: The value of using different ways.
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