Find the indefinite integral `inte^(x^5) x^4 dx`  U=x^5

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`U = x^5`

`(dU)/(dx) = 5x^4`

`dU/5 = x^4dx`


`= inte^UdU/5`

`= 1/5inte^UdU`

`= 1/5e^U+C` where C is a constant.

`= 1/5e^(x^5)+C`

So the answer is;

`inte^(x^5)x^4dx= 1/5e^(x^5)+C`


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