Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int x e^{x} d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int(x+6) e^{x} d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int(4 x-12) e^{-8 x} d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int(6 x+3) e^{-2 x} d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int x \ln x d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int x^{3} \ln x d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int_{0}^{1} \frac{2 x+1}{e^{x}} d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int_{0}^{3} \frac{3-x}{3 e^{x}} d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int_{1}^{9} \ln 3 x d x

$$

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Use integration by parts to find the integrals in Exercises 1–10.

$$

\int_{1}^{2} \ln 5 x d x

$$

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Find the area between $y=(x-2) e^{x}$ and the $x$ -axis from $x=2$ to $x=4$ .

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Find the area between $y=(x+1) \ln x$ and the $x$ -axis from $x=1$ to $x=e$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int x^{2} e^{2 x} d x

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int \frac{x^{2} d x}{2 x^{3}+1}

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int x^{2} \sqrt{x+4} d x

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int(2 x-1) \ln (3 x) d x

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int(8 x+10) \ln (5 x) d x

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int x^{3} e^{x^{4}} d x

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int_{1}^{2}\left(1-x^{2}\right) e^{2 x} d x

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int_{0}^{1} \frac{x^{2} d x}{2 x^{3}+1}

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int_{0}^{1} \frac{x^{3} d x}{\sqrt{3+x^{2}}}

$$

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Exercises 13–22 are mixed—some require integration by parts, while others can be integrated by using techniques discussed in the chapter on Integration.

$$

\int_{0}^{5} x \sqrt[3]{x^{2}+2} d x

$$

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Use the table of integrals, or a computer or calculator with symbolic integration capabilities, to find each indefinite integral.

$$

\int \frac{16}{\sqrt{x^{2}+16}} d x

$$

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Use the table of integrals, or a computer or calculator with symbolic integration capabilities, to find each indefinite integral.

$$

\int \frac{10}{x^{2}-25} d x

$$

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Use the table of integrals, or a computer or calculator with symbolic integration capabilities, to find each indefinite integral.

$$

\int \frac{3}{x \sqrt{121-x^{2}}} d x

$$

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Use the table of integrals, or a computer or calculator with symbolic integration capabilities, to find each indefinite integral.

$$

\int \frac{2}{3 x(3 x-5)} d x

$$

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Use the table of integrals, or a computer or calculator with symbolic integration capabilities, to find each indefinite integral.

$$

\int \frac{-6}{x(4 x+6)^{2}} d x

$$

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Use the table of integrals, or a computer or calculator with symbolic integration capabilities, to find each indefinite integral.

$$

\int \sqrt{x^{2}+15} d x

$$

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What rule of differentiation is related to integration by parts?

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Explain why the two methods of solving Example 2 are equivalent.

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Suppose that $u$ and $v$ are differentiable functions of $x$ with $\int_{0}^{1} v d u=4$ and the following functional values.

$$

\begin{array}{|c|c|c|}\hline x & {u(x)} & {v(x)} \\ \hline 0 & {2} & {1} \\ \hline 1 & {3} & {-4} \\ \hline\end{array}

$$

Use this information to determine $\int_{0}^{1} u d v$

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Suppose that $u$ and $v$ are differentiable functions of $x$ with $\int_{1}^{20} v d u=-1$ and the following functional values.

$$

\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline x & {u(x)} & {v(x)} \\ \hline 1 & {5} & {-2} \\ \hline 20 & {15} & {6} \\ \hline\end{array}

$$

Use this information to determine $\int_{1}^{20} u d v$

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Suppose we know that the functions $r$ and $s$ are everywhere differentiable and that $r(0)=0 .$ Suppose we also know that for $0 \leq x \leq 2,$ the area between the $x$ -axis and the nonnegative

function $h(x)=s(x) \frac{d r}{d x}$ is $5,$ and that on the same interval, the area between the $x$ -axis and the nonnegative function $k(x)=$ $r(x) \frac{d s}{d x}$ is $10 .$ Determine $r(2) s(2)$ .

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Suppose we know that the functions $u$ and $v$ are everywhere differentiable and that $u(3)=0 .$ Suppose we also know that for $1 \leq x \leq 3,$ the area between the $x$ -axis and the nonnegative

function $h(x)=u(x) \frac{d v}{d x}$ is $15,$ and that on the same interval, the area between the $x$ -axis and the nonnegative function $k(x)=$ $v(x) \frac{d u}{d x}$ is $20 .$ Determine $u(1) v(1)$ .

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Use integration by parts to derive the following formula from the table of integrals.

$$

\int x^{n} \cdot \ln |x| d x=x^{n+1}\left[\frac{\ln |x|}{n+1}-\frac{1}{(n+1)^{2}}\right]+C, \quad n \neq-1

$$

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Use integration by parts to derive the following formula from the table of integrals.

$$

\int x^{n} e^{a x} d x=\frac{x^{n} e^{a x}}{a}-\frac{n}{a} \int x^{n-1} e^{a x} d x+C, \quad a \neq 0

$$

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a. One way to integrate $\int x \sqrt{x+1} d x$ is to use integration by parts. Do so to find the antiderivative.

b. Another way to evaluate the integral in part a is by using the substitution $u=x+1 .$ Do so to find the antiderivative.

c. Compare the results from the two methods. If they do not look the same, explain how this can happen. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method.

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Using integration by parts,

$$

\begin{aligned} \int \frac{1}{x} d x &=\int \frac{1}{x} \cdot 1 d x \\ &=\frac{1}{x} \cdot x-\int\left(-\frac{1}{x^{2}}\right) x d x \\ &=1+\int \frac{1}{x} d x \end{aligned}

$$

Subtracting $\int \frac{1}{x} d x$ from both sides we conclude that $0=1$ What is wrong with this logic? Source: Sam Northshield.

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Rate of Change of Revenue The rate of change of revenue (in dollars per calculator) from the sale of $x$ calculators is

$$

R^{\prime}(x)=(x+1) \ln (x+1)

$$

Find the total revenue from the sale of the first 12 calculators. (Hint: In this exercise, it simplifies matters to write an antiderivative of $x+1$ as $(x+1)^{2} / 2$ rather than $x^{2} / 2+x . )$

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Reaction to a Drug The rate of reaction to a drug is given by

$$

r^{\prime}(t)=2 t^{2} e^{-t} \text { , }

$$

where $t$ is the number of hours since the drug was administered. Find the total reaction to the drug from $t=1$ to $t=6$

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Growth of a Population The rate of growth of a microbe population is given by

$$

m^{\prime}(t)=27 t e^{3 t}

$$

where $t$ is time in days. What is the total accumulated growth during the first 2 days?

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APPLY IT Rate of Growth The area covered by a patch of moss is growing at a rate of

$$

A^{\prime}(t)=\sqrt{t} \ln t

$$

$\mathrm{cm}^{2}$ per day, for $t \geq 1 .$ Find the additional amount of area covered by the moss between 4 and 9 days.

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Thermic Effect of Food As we saw in an earlier chapter, a person's metabolic rate tends to go up after eating a meal and then, after some time has passed, it returns to a resting metabolic rate.

This phenomenon is known as the thermic effect of food, and the effect (in kJ per hour) for one individual is

$$

F(t)=-10.28+175.9 t e^{-t / 1.3}

$$

where $t$ is the number of hours that have elapsed since eating a meal. Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Find the total thermic energy of a meal for the next six hours after a meal by integrating the thermic effect function between $t=0$ and $t=6 .$

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Rumen Fermentation The rumen is the first division of the stomach of a ruminant, or cud-chewing animal. An article on the rumen microbial system reports that the fraction of the soluble material passing from the rumen without being fermented during the first hour after its ingestion could be calculated by the integral

$$

\int_{0}^{1} k e^{-k t}(1-t) d t

$$

where $k$ measures the rate that the material is fermented. Source: Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics.

a. Determine the above integral, and evaluate it for the following values of $k$ used in the article: $1 / 12,1 / 24,$ and 1$/ 48$ hour.

b. The fraction of intermediate material left in the rumen at 1 hour that escapes digestion by passage between 1 and 6 hours is given by

$$

\int_{1}^{6} k e^{-k t}(6-t) / 5 d t

$$

Determine this integral, and evaluate it for the values of $k$ given in part a.

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