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  1. anonymous
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    where is it?

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    what about it?

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    \[\int\limits(dx/(5-4x-X^2)^1.5 \]

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    factor the denominator and then do integration by parts.

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    i tried doing that but cant find a way

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    okay post what you got when you did factoring.

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    is the capital x different the small one or is it just a typo?

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    different than*

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    the capital x is x squared

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    so it's not the same x? because that would change the whole solution.

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    \[the denominator is 5-4x-xsquared\]

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