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$-\int _{0}\left(2x-3\right)dx$ $2-\int _{0} ^{3}\left(-x^{2}+\times -7\right)dx$ $1$ $3-\right)-2^{\left(\dfrac {1} {3}x-2\right)dx}$ $4-\int _{0} ^{4}\left(1+2\sqrt{x} \right)^{2}dx$ $5- \begin{cases} 4\left(x^{3-6x^{2}+8x}\right)dx \\ 0 \end{cases} $
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