Question Solved1 Answer = If you were to use a substitution of u = 3x3 + 6 to evaluate the definite integral below, what would the new limits of integration be? 4 4 [ 4x2 (3x3 + 6)* dx +6; (Enter an exact answer.) Provide your answer below: The new lower bound is and the new upper bound is

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Transcribed Image Text: = If you were to use a substitution of u = 3x3 + 6 to evaluate the definite integral below, what would the new limits of integration be? 4 4 [ 4x2 (3x3 + 6)* dx +6; (Enter an exact answer.) Provide your answer below: The new lower bound is and the new upper bound is
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Transcribed Image Text: = If you were to use a substitution of u = 3x3 + 6 to evaluate the definite integral below, what would the new limits of integration be? 4 4 [ 4x2 (3x3 + 6)* dx +6; (Enter an exact answer.) Provide your answer below: The new lower bound is and the new upper bound is
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folulin: int_(-1)^(4)4x^(2)(3x^(3)+6)^(4)dxlef{:[v=3x^(3)+6],[=>du=9x^(2)dx]:}and. lint, at, ... See the full answer