### Home > CALC > Chapter 6 > Lesson 6.3.2 > Problem6-91

6-91.

Convert the radical to an exponent. Then use the form upowerdu.

If u = (3x − 2), then you need to add a du. In this case, it would be 3 dx.
Since you already have a dx, add a 3 taking out a (1/3) to compensate.

Multiply (3x − 2) (3x − 2).
Then take the antiderivative.

Use the form for one of the inverse trig. functions.

Take the antiderivative.