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Solve:
$$\int {\sqrt {{(x- 2)}  {(x - 2)} } } dx$$


SOLUTION
We have,
$$I=\int {\sqrt {{(x- 2)}  {(x - 2)} } } dx$$

$$I=\int {\sqrt {(x- 2)^2}} dx$$

$$I=\int (x- 2) dx$$

$$I=\dfrac{x^2}{2}-2x+C$$

Hence, this is the answer.
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