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1. here we go again
integrate the following with respect to x

y=4+x4+√x

∫ (4 + x4 +
i get to there and get lost in what i'm meant to be doing

i get say
y= x8
∫x8 dx
= x9 /9 + C
2. Write as .
3. so would it go
∫ (4 + x4 +x1/2 )dx
∫ (4 + x-4 +x1/2 )dx

and then i become confused on the most of it
4. (Original post by robinson999)
so would it go
∫ (4 + x4 +x1/2 )dx
∫ (4 + x-4 +x1/2 )dx
Where have you got the -4 from?

When you integrate, you raise the power by 1 and divide by the new power. So, for example, . Remember that .
5. Remember you add a power and divide by the new power when integrating.
6. The first one of your two offerings.

Add 1 to the power and divide by the new power (Add one more, drop it through the trap door).

Work along from left to right one term at a time.

Don't forget the constant of integration.
7. (Original post by nuodai)
Where have you got the -4 from?

When you integrate, you raise the power by 1 and divide by the new power. So, for example, .
i dunno, i trying to go by, it seems failed lecture notes

that just confuses me
8. Then you need to go right back to the beginning of integration. PM me with an email address and I will send you a powerpoint or two to explain it.
9. cheers , sorry this take some time not a maths student, but my uni think its important to do on my degree
sort of getting it from the post

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