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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

Solution

2
2
4x −2
(
x
1
1
))
1
dx = 4
(
ln 2x + 1
|
|
+ C
+ 8
(
+ 2x+1
2x+1
) 3
− 4 2x+1
(
) 2
+ 2 2x+1
(
) 2
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2
4x −2
dx
3
(
2x+1
)
2
2
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4x −2
4x
2
Expand
:
3
3
3
(
2x+1
)
(
2x+1
)
(
2x+1
)
2
4x −2
3
(
2x+1
)
a+b
a
b
Apply the fraction rule:
=
+
c
c
c
2
2
4x −2
4x
2
=
3
3
3
(
2x+1
)
(
2x+1
)
(
2x+1
)
2
4x
2
=
3
3
(
2x+1
)
(
2x+1
)
2
4x
2
=
dx
3
3
(
2x+1
)
(
2x+1
)
Apply the Sum Rule: ∫f(x) ± g(x)dx = ∫f(x)dx ± ∫g(x)dx
2
4x
2
=
dx − ∫
dx
(
2x+1
) 3
(
2x+1
) 3
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2
(
2
4x
x
1
1
))
dx = 4
(
ln 2x + 1
|
|
+ 8
(
) 3
− 4 2x+1
(
+ 2x+1
2x+1
) 2

(

2

4x

2x+1

) 3

dx

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

= 4 ·

(

2

x

2x+1

) 3

dx

Apply Integration By Parts: uv' = uv u'v

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2
1
1
u = x
, u' = 2x,
v' =
,
v = − 4
(
2x+1
) 3
(
2x+1
) 2
2
u
= x
1
v'
= =
(
2x+1
) 3
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d
(
2 )
u' = dx x
= 2x
d
(
2 )
x
dx
d
(
a )
a−1
Apply the Power Rule:
x
= a·x
dx
2−1
=
2x
Simplify
=
2x
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1
1
v = ∫
dx
= − 4
(
2x+1
) 3
(
2x+1
) 2

(

1

2x+1

) 3

dx

(

Apply Integral Substitution: f g

(

x

u = 2x + 1 du = 2dx

))

·g

' (

x dx = f u du,

)

(

)

(

u = g x

)

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Substitute: u = 2x + 1

du

dx

= 2

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d

dx

(

2x + 1

)

Apply the Sum/Di erence Rule: (f ± g) = f ± g

d

= dx

(

2x

)

+

d

dx

(

1

)

Hide Steps

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

d

dx

(2x) = 2

d

dx

(

2x

)

Take the constant out:

(a·f)

= a·f

=

d

2 dx

(

x

)

Apply the common derivative:

d

dx

(x) = 1

= 2 ·

1

Simplify

= 2

d

dx

(1) = 0

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d

dx

(

1

)

Derivative of a constant:

d

dx

(a) = 0

= 0

= 2 + 0

Simplify

= 2

du = 2dx

1

dx = 2 du

 = ∫ 1 1 du · ( u ) 3 2 1 1 1 Hide Steps · = ( u ) 3 2 2u 3 1 1 · u 3 2

Multiply fractions:

a·c

a · d = b·d

b

c

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

= 4

=

1· 1

·

u

3

2

Re ne

=

1

2u

3

=

1

2u

3

du

=

1

2u

3

du

Take the constant out:

a·f(x)dx = a·f(x)dx

=

1

2

1

·u

3

du

1

u

3

= u

−3

=

1

2

−3

·u du

Apply the Power Rule:

a+1

xdx = a+1 ,

a

x

a ≠ −1

1

= 2

−3+1

u

· −3+1

Substitute back u = 2x + 1

1

= ·

(

2x+1

) −3+1

2 −3+1

Simplify

=

1

4 2x+1

(

) 2

Add a constant to the solution

=

1

4 2x+1

(

) 2

+ C

(

x

2 (

1

4 2x+1

(

) 2 )

2x

(

1

4 2x+1

(

) 2 )

dx

)

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

=

4

(

2

x

4 2x+1

(

) 2

2

(

x

2x+1

) 2

dx

)

Take the constant out:

a·f(x)dx = a·f(x)dx

=

4

(

2

x

4 2x+1

(

) 2

(

1

2

·

(

x

2x+1

) 2

dx

))

(

Apply Integral Substitution: f g

u = 2x + 1

du = 2dx

(

x

))

' (

·g x dx = f u du, u = g x

)

(

)

(

)

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Substitute: u = 2x + 1

du

dx

= 2

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d

dx

(

2x + 1

)

Apply the Sum/Di erence Rule:

(f ± g) = f ± g

d

= dx

(

2x

)

+

d

dx

(

1

)

 d (2x) = 2 Hide Steps dx d ) dx ( 2x ′ ′ Take the constant out: (a·f) = a·f = d 2 dx ( x ) d (x) = 1 Apply the common derivative: dx = 2 · 1 Simplify = 2 d Hide Steps dx (1) = 0 d 1 ) dx (

Derivative of a constant:

d

dx

(a) = 0

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

= 0

= 2 + 0

Simplify

= 2

du = 2dx

1

dx = 2 du

x
1
=
·
du
(
u
) 2
2
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x
1
x
·
=
(
u
) 2
2
2
2u
x
1
·
2
2
u
c
a·c
Multiply fractions:
b a · d = b·d
x· 1
=
2
u
·
2
Re ne
x
=
2
2u
x
=
du
2
∫ 2u
u−1
u = 2x + 1 ⇒
x =
2
u− 1
=
2
du
2
2u
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u− 1

2

2u

2

u−1

=

4u

2

u− 1

2

2u

2

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

Apply the fraction rule:

=

u−1

2· 2u

2

b

c

b

a = c·a

Multiply the numbers: 2 · 2 = 4

u−1

=

4u

2

=

u−1 du

4u

2

=

4

(

2

x

4 2x+1

(

) 2

(

1

2

·

u−1 du

4u

2

))

Take the constant out:

a·f(x)dx = a·f(x)dx

( 4 2x+1

))

 4 x 2 ( 1 1 ·∫ u−1 du = − − · 4 − ( ) 2 2 u 2 u−1 1 − 1 Hide Steps Expand u 2 : u u 2

u−1

2

u

Apply the fraction rule:

a+b =

c

a +

c

b

c

 u−1 = u − 1 2 2 2 u u u u 1 = − 2 2 u u u 1 Hide Steps Cancel u 2 : u

u

2

u

Cancel the common factor: u

=

1

u

1

= u

1

u

2

6/19/2017

integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

=

4

(

2

x

4 2x+1

(

) 2

(

1

2

1

· 4

1

·u

1

u

2

du

))

Apply the Sum Rule: f(x) ± g(x)dx = f(x)dx ± g(x)dx

=

4

(

2

x

4 2x+1

(

) 2

(

1

2

1

· 4

(

1

u

1

du u du

2

)))

 ∫ u 1 du = ln|u| Hide Steps ∫ 1 du u Use the common integral: ∫ u 1 du = ln (| u | ) | = lnu | 1 1 Hide Steps ∫ u 2 du = − u ∫ 1 2 du

u

1 −2

2 = u

u

−2
=
∫ u du
a+1
a
x
Apply the Power Rule:
∫xdx = a+1
,
a ≠ −1
−2+1
u
=
−2+1
Simplify
1
=
− u
(
2
x
(
1
1
))))
=
4
2 1 lnu −
·
(
|
|
(
(
u
4 2x+1
) 2
4
Substitute back u = 2x + 1
(
2
x
(
1
=
4
2 1 ln 2x + 1
·
(
))))
|
|
1
(
(
) 2
4
2x+1
4 2x+1

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

Simplify

(

 2 4 x = − 4 2x+1 ( ( 2 2x+1 ) 3 dx ∫ ( 2 2x+1 ) 3 dx

=

) 2

1

+ 8

(

|

ln 2x + 1

2

(

1

2x+1

) 2

|

1

+ 2x+1

))

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Take the constant out:

a·f(x)dx = a·f(x)dx

= 2 ·

(

1

2x+1

) 3

dx

(

Apply Integral Substitution: f g

(

x

u = 2x + 1 du = 2dx

))

' (

·g x dx = f u du, u = g x

)

(

)

(

)

Hide Steps

Substitute: u = 2x + 1

du

dx

= 2

Hide Steps

d

dx

(

2x + 1

)

Apply the Sum/Di erence Rule:

(f ± g) = f ± g

d

= dx

(

2x

)

+

d

dx

(

1

)

d

dx

(2x) = 2

Hide Steps

d

dx

(

2x

)

Take the constant out:

(a·f)

= a·f

=

d

2 dx

(

x

)

Apply the common derivative:

d

dx

(x) = 1

= 2 ·

1

Simplify

= 2

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

d

dx

(1) = 0

Hide Steps

d

dx

(

1

)

Derivative of a constant:

d

dx

(a) = 0

= 0

= 2 + 0

Simplify

= 2

du = 2dx

1

dx = 2 du

=

(

1

u

) 3

·

1

2

du

(

1

u

) 3

·

1

2

=

1

2u

3

Hide Steps

1 1

·

3 2

u

Multiply fractions:

=

1· 1

·

u

3

2

a·c

b

a · d = b·d

c

Re ne

=

1

2u

3

=

1

2u

3

du

1

= 2 ·2u

3

du

Take the constant out:

1

= 2 · 2

1

·u

3

du

a·f(x)dx = a·f(x)dx

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

1

3

u

=

= u

1

2 · 2

−3

−3

·u du

Apply the Power Rule:

a+1

xdx = a+1 ,

a

x

a ≠ −1

1

= 2 · 2

−3+1

u

· −3+1

Substitute back u = 2x + 1

 = 2 · 1 · ( 2x+1 ) −3+1 2 −3+1 Simplify 1
 = − ( 2 2x+1 ) 2 = 4 ( − x 2 ( 4 2x+1 ) 2 1 ( + ln 2x + 1 8 | | 1 + 2x+1 )) − ( 1 − 2 2x+1 ( ) 2 ) Simplify = 4 ( − x 2 ( 4 2x+1 ) 2 1 ( + ln 2x + 1 8 | | 1 + 2x+1 )) + 1 ( 2 2x+1 ) 2 Add a constant to the solution = 4 ( − x 2 ( 4 2x+1 ) 2 + 1 8 ( | ln 2x + 1 | 1 + 2x+1 )) + 1 ( 2 2x+1 ) 2 + C

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integral(4x^2­2)/((2x+1)^3)dx­IndefiniteIntegralCalculator­Symbolab

Graph

Plotting:

(

2

4x −2

2x+1

) 3