f(x)=(1/1+x^2)+(1/x)-(1/x^2)

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f(x)=(1/1+x^2)+(1/x)-(1/x^2)

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I suggest not posting every single problem you have without even trying a single one. Go to your integration tables and these should be relatively easy if you've been doing all of your work in the course up until now.
i second that.
oh Quantum, maybe she has tried , but got stuck? it happens :)

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Caramel, what Quantum is trying to say is that torture yourself in trying to solve such questions because the more you do, the better skills you gain and you'll never forget the concept or answer either, so before posting a question here, try it on your own a ozen times , but if you keep on getting stuck , then post it here and we'll guide you through. Okay dear? ^_^ I wish you the best of luck :)
haha i know exactly what quantum is getting at. thanks. again.. i haven't learned integrals just trying to self teach. i have most of my answers just would like my work to be checked. and some examples to base things off of. thanks guys!
No problem ^_^, keep up the good work!
Sorry if I was being harsh, Mel. :P I just see it too often here!
all is happy now ~ n__n ~
no big deal. completely understandable

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