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Definite Intgerals

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Find the following definite integrals

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$\\int_0^1(x^e+e^x)\\mathrm{dx}$

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$\\int_1^\\var{b}(\\frac{x^3+\\var{c}x^6}{x^4})\\mathrm{dx}$

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You may have $\\ln$ terms in your answer.

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$\\int_0^\\var{d}\\sqrt{\\frac{3}{z}}\\mathrm{dz}$

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First integrate the function and then substitute in the limits given

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