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AravindG

  • 4 years ago

find integral

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  1. colorful
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    looking...

  2. AravindG
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    |dw:1334682469958:dw|

  3. colorful
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    perhaps multiply out the bottom and do polynomial ling division, then partial fractions with the remainder

  4. colorful
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    \[\int{x^2+x+3\over x^2-x-2}dx=\int1+{2x+5\over(x-2)(x+1)}dx\]unless I messed up the long division

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    thx

  6. colorful
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    welcome, as usual Arvind ;)

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