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May 5th, 2016, 05:43 AM   #1
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Integration Simplification

Can you please simplify and help me out for this Answer

Integration of {(4x-1)* square root of(2x^2 -x + 1)}

Question in verbally: integration of four ex minus 1 into square root of two ex square minus x plus 1..

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note that the derivative of $2x^2-x+1$ is $4x-1$ ... I recommend using integration by substitution with $u=2x^2-x+1$
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Thank you very much sir... I understood.

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