Practice problems for these solutions can be found at: Integration Practice Problems for AP Calculus
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 Rewrite:

 Rewrite:
 Let u = x – 1; du = dx and (u +1) = x.
 Let u = cos x; du = –sin x dx or –du = sin x dx.

 Let u = x + 1; du = dx.
 Since e^{x} and ln x are inverse functions:
 Rewrite:
 Since
 The point (0, 6) is on the graph of y.
 Thus, 6 = e^{0} + 2(0) + C 6 = 1 + C or C = 5. Therefore, y = e^{x} +2x +5.
 Let u = e^{x}; du = e^{x}dx.
 Rewrite:
 Let u = e^{x} + e^{–x}; du = (e^{x} – e^{–x} ) dx.
 Since f (x) is the antiderivative of
 Given f (1) = 5; thus ln (1) + C = 5 0 + C = 5 or C = 5.
 Thus, f (x) = ln x + 5 and f (e) = ln (e) + 5 = 1 + 5 = 6.
 Integrate dx by parts. Let u = x^{2}, du = 2x dx, Use parts again with u = x, du = dx, so that Integrate for and simplify to .
 For 3x^{2} sin x dx, use integration by parts with u = 3x^{2}, du =6x dx, dv = sin x dx, and v = – cos x. 3x^{2} sin x dx = – 3x^{2} cos x + [ 6x sin x – 6 sin x dx] = –3x^{2} cos x + 6x sin x + 6 cos x + C.
 Factor the denominator so that . Use a partial fraction decomposition, which implies Ax + A + Bx – 4B = x. Solve A + B = 1 and A – 4B to find . Integrate ln x – 4 + ln x +1 +C = ln (x – 4)^{4} (x +1) + C.
 Begin with integration by parts, using
 Then
 Use partial fractions to decompose
 Solve to find

 At t = 4, speed is 5 which is the greatest on 0 ≤ t ≤ 10.
 The particle is moving to the right when 6 < t < 10.
 Let u = ln x;
Rewrite:
 Label given points as A, B, C, D, and E.

 f '' is decreasing on [1, 6) f '''< 0 f ' is concave downward on [1, 6) and f '' is increasing on (6, 8] f ' is concave upward on (6, 8]. Thus, at x = 6, f ' has a change of concavity. Since f '' exists at x = 6 (which implies there is a tangent to the curve of f ' at x = 6), f has a point of inflection at x = 6.
 f '' > 0 on [1, 4] f ' is increasing and f '' < 0 on (4, 8] f ' is decreasing. Thus at x = 4, f ' has a relative maximum at x = 4. There is no relative minimum.
 f '' is increasing on [6, 8] f > 0 f ' is concave upward on [6, 8]. x = 3 cos^{2} θ so
 At t = 2, x = 4 sin(2π) = 0, and y = 2^{2} – 3 · 2 + 1 = – 1, so the position of the object at t = 2 is (0, –1).
 To find the slope of the tangent line to the curve r = 3 cos θ when θ = begin with x = r cos θ and y = r sin θ, and find and
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Since r ≥ 0,
Since f ''(x) > 0 f is concave upward for all x in the interval [0, 2].
Therefore, 1.5 < f '(1) < 2.5, choice (c). See Figure 10.8–1.
= – 6 cos θ sin θ. y = 3 cos θ sin θ so
= 3 cos^{2} θ – 3 sin^{2} θ. Then the slope of the tangent line is
Evaluate at θ = to get The slope of the tangent line is zero, indicating that the tangent is horizontal.
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