How do you integrate #h(t)=root3t(t^2+4)# using the product rule?
The integral is
The most important thing to understand is that there is no product rule or quotient rule for Integration. This is a mistake many students make. Sometimes, you can use u-substitution to deal with a problem like this, but first you should try something simpler. Let's use algebra to simplify it. Remember that
So, this is:
If you enjoy simplifying, you could do this: