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...my minds gone blank, how to do integrate \int x\sqrt{x+4}dx= \int x(x+4)^\frac{1}{2}dx

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Substitute u=x+4
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(Original post by deadgenius)
Substitute u=x+4
Not that's not working for me I get the answer of 25.2, when it should be 33.73, once evaluated between 5 and 0
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(Original post by deadgenius)
Substitute u=x+4
arr never mind got it now
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Did you change your limits for U ??

Edit: Just saw you done it.
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