Integrate e^{x^(1/3)}dx
integration by substitution and then by

using substitution method
put u =
x^(1/3) or x = u^3; dx = 3 u^2 dx

Now use integration by parts to evaluate the integral

evaluate integral of [e^(-x) +1] ^2
integration problem

first expand the expression using the identity for (a+b)^2 and then integrate term by term

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