hey i have a test tmrw and i was wonderiing of someone could help me out with these. im pretty sure these two problems are the same concept which is why i dont get either of them. thanks

integral of (x^2 sinx) / (1+x^6)

integral of x (1-x^4)^1/2

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Test tomorrow....

Asking UG for help.....

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Not sure that works for integrals. I would try substitution.
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This should really be in the Math/Science help thread. But for now, the integral of U*dV/dX = UV*(integral)V*dU/dX dX

God that looks ugly. But yeah, both of those are products, so just set one equal to U and one equal to dV/dX and you should be on your way. Looks like you'll ave to use substitution too.

EDIT: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=658547&highlight=math%2Fscience
Also, check you answers on wolfram alpha. It's a godsend.
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