Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH105/April 2011/Question 01 (a)
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Question 01 (a) 

The question in the exam asks you to determine the following indefinite integral: 
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Hint 

A possible solution involves applying once the substitution rule and twice integration by parts. 
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Solution 

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Please rate my easiness! It's quick and helps everyone guide their studies. The computation of the given integral involves several steps. Step 1. In the first step we apply the substitution rule with . This implies and in particular . Hence, We have to rewrite in terms of . This can be done by exponentiating the substitution equation: . We arrive at Step 2. We apply integration by parts with and : Integration by parts onto the integral in the righthand side with and yields Step 3. Step 1 and Step 2 together results in the equation Step 4. We bring the integral on the righthand side of the equation over to the lefthand side: Finally, we divide the equation by 2: where is an arbitrary constant Step 5. The last step is to rewrite our results in terms of . Remember, that our very first step was the substitution . Therefore where we used . 