intergal 2 to 4 ( lower limit 2 and upper limit 2 ) x^2+x/(2x+1)^1/2

Asked by zaffar mohammed | 15th Mar, 2012, 10:27: PM

Expert Answer:

In the given integral x2 can be easily integrated , the other expression can be integrated by sustitutin 2x+1 = t2 and changing the limits from root5 to 3
we get I = 74/3

Answered by  | 16th Mar, 2012, 11:07: AM

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