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Sir Red of the Manti
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So I'm working away at an assignment, and I run into a question that looks like this:

Integrate (dx / (x + x^(1/3))) dx

My question is, is this a typo, or is there actually a way to integrate an expression that features dx twice like this?

Integrate (dx / (x + x^(1/3))) dx

My question is, is this a typo, or is there actually a way to integrate an expression that features dx twice like this?

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cause if its as you wrote it then its just a double integral.

you pull out the dx from the fraction so that you have (1 / (x + x^(1/3))) dx dx and integrate twice wrt x to get rid of them both.

It was as I wrote it (not a typo apparently), and thanks to this advice I managed to solve the thing finally, finishing a 33 page assignment in the process.