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SAT II Math Help

MariokindyMariokindy Posts: 131Registered User Junior Member
integrate x (sqrt(x+2)) dx

I understand that you have to substitue u-2 into the x to get the problem into terms of u where u=x+2. I thought that is the jist of the problem but I still cannot get the answer :|
Thanks to anyone that helps.
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