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  • 5 years ago

integrate (-2x+1)/(1+x^2)

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  1. anonymous
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    i think thats not too tough..use the integration by parts formula n im sure u wud get the answer

  2. anonymous
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    ohhh integration by parts works on fractions?

  3. anonymous
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    you may want to try partial fractions...

  4. anonymous
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    yeah it does..try once for urself

  5. anonymous
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    You don't need to integrate by parts or us partial fractions. Just split the fraction and then use a u substitution

  6. anonymous
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    oh yay thanks splitting the fraction worked

  7. anonymous
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    you dont usually use integration by parts on fractions, its usually for stuff like xe^x cosxe^x etc

  8. anonymous
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    yeahh that wud do...

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