Hello, everyone. This is Tom from everystepcalculus.com. There’s been many, there’s always requests for Integral Calculator with Steps and that’s exactly what my programs do. And Integration is one of the toughest things in Calculus. It was for me when I was in class. I hated

Calculus. You probably feel the same way and I’ve found nobody that likes Calculus. Except

maybe Professors. But anyways, I’m going to show you how my programs work on U Substitution. Index 8 to get to my menu. I’m already at U Substitution. I have scrolled there. We’re going to enter our function. You have to press Alpha before you enter anything into these entry lines, here. Alpha 6 times x to the fourth power times the quantity parentheses

3 times x to the fifth power plus 2, close off the parentheses to the sixth power. I always show you what you’ve entered. 6x 4 times 3 x quantive to the 5 plus 2 to 6. Looks good to me. I say it’s okay. And we’re going to work the problem. Busy means the program is loading. We’re going to evaluate this. First we rewrite it where all constants come out of the integral. And then we put the x to the 4. The way that you know that any problem is U Substitution is that you look immediately at what’s inside the parentheses. You take the derivative, right now you should be able to do, this is 15x to the 4. Right now in one second, you should be able to know the derivative of that. And you notice that x4 is on the outside, too. If it isn’t, it’s not a U Substitution problem. It has to be converted, okay. So I do all that for you, really. But that you have some understanding of how you do U Substitution. U is equal to this, du is equal to this and then we make this the other trick, this whole system here took me about a year to figure this out in a system that works, you know. And so, this always has to be x to the 4 dx over here so you have to take the 15 and divide the du by that on the other side using Algebra, of

course. And so it works the problem. 6, you take of course the du with the 6 here, you have a du with a 15 notice the 15 come out of the, here’s the constant again so that comes out of the integral and goes in front right here, see it right here. 6 times that, of course, with the 2 fifths. etc, etc. Here’s the answer to your problem right here. Have a good one. everystepcalculus.com

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