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Steps:

a) Can I calculate the area between the curve and the

x -axis?

c) Can the function be manipulated algebraically?

d) Can the function be simplified through a u -substitution?

e) If the integral consists of a product of two different functions, integrate the function by parts

(and possibly use tabular integration or solve for the unknown integral). If the integral involves

a rational function, use polynomial division and partial fraction decomposition before

integrating. If the function consists of trigonometric functions, it may require rewriting through

trigonometric identities. Finally, an integral with radicals of a specific form may be solved

through a right triangle trigonometric substitution; however, this is a long process and should be

utilized as a last resort.

4

1)

(|x|) dx

16

3

2)

x3 dx

3)

x4

+C

12

Power rule

2 x +3 dx

intervals.

ln|2 x +3|

+C

2

4)

2+| x|

|x| x 21

dx

|x|

2

+

dx

2

|x| x 1 |x| x 21

2 sec1 x +

1

dx

1x2

2 sec x +cos x +C

1

1

cos x is [ 1, 1 ] , and the original function is undefined at (1,1 )

4

5)

2 x

x +xx2 e

dx

2

x x e

+ 2 dx

2

x

x

Separate the

numerator.

x3

+ ex+ C

3

z

6)

1

dx

x +2 x+ 2

0

z

1

dx

( x +1 )2 +1

tan 1 ( x+1 ) z

0

2 z tan 1 ( z 2+ 1 )

dx

7)

( 17 x )2

substitution

u=17 x

du

=7

dx

Differentiate u .

dx=

du

7

u -

du

7 u 2

original integral.

1

+C

7u

Antidifferentiate with

respect to u .

1

+C

7 ( 17 x )

variable.

1

8)

10

( 1+3 /2 )

u=1+ 3/ 2

u -substitution

du 3 1 /2

=

d 2

Differentiate

u .

d=

2 du

3 1 /2

10

2

u

1/ 2

( 32du )

1/ 2

original integral.

20

+C

3u

u .

20 1

3 ( 1+3 / 2) 0

variable.

20

20

3 /2

3 ( 1+1 ) 3 ( 1+03 /2 )

10

FTC Part 2

dx

9)

x log

substitution

u=log 2 x

du

1

=

dx x ln 2

u -

Differentiate

u .

dx=x ln 2 du

original integral.

x ln2 du

xu

ln 2 lnu +C

u .

ln 2 ln ( log 2 x ) +C

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