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1. I need a bit of help on these integration questions.

Can someone just outline the steps especially for the 2nd question please
2. You'll get the most benefit out of the questions if you attempt to find the solution steps yourself. Often the biggest hurdle in solving a problem is working out what to do; the execution is straightforward.
3. I understand the first part as to simplify:

(2-x)x^1/2
but do I multiply both 2-x by the x^1/2 or just the x in the bracket, once I know that I can do it.
4. (Original post by LifeIsGood)
I understand the first part as to simplify:

(2-x)x^1/2
but do I multiply both 2-x by the x^1/2 or just the x in the bracket, once I know that I can do it.
The usual rules for brackets apply:
5. note that

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