anonymous
  • anonymous
can sum1 explain the procedure of finding the integrals of 3/5y+4 , 3y/5y^2 +4 , 3/(5y^2 +4) and 3y/5y^2 +4 through integration by substitution
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anonymous
  • anonymous
minor change-please help with this ones 3/5y+4 , 3y/5y^2 +4 , 3/(5y^2 +4)^2 and 3y/5y^2 +4
anonymous
  • anonymous
see the first two are easy ....in the first one you have \[\frac{3\ln(5y +4)}{5}\]and the second one put denominator = t and substitute
anonymous
  • anonymous
same with fourth but in third you need partial fraction

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