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State the trigonometric substitution you would use to find the indefinite integral. Do not integrate. (a) (25 + x2)−2 dx x(????) = (b) 9 − x2 dx x(????) = (c) x2 4 − x2 dx x(????) = (d) x2(x2 − 4)3⁄2 dx x(????) =



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