Integrals involving roots - integration techniques, Mathematics

Integrals Involving Roots - Integration Techniques

In this part we're going to look at an integration method that can be helpful for some integrals with roots in them. We have already seen some integrals along with roots in them.  Some can be completed quickly with a simple Calculus I substitution and a few can be done with trig substitutions.

Though, not all integrals with roots will permit us to use one of these methods. Let us look at an example to see another method that can be utilized on occasion to assist with these integrals.

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