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find integral

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    |dw:1334683102023:dw|

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    @colorful , @experimentX

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    @FoolForMath , @Ishaan94 , @DHASHNI

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    did you try partial fractios?

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    **fractions

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    Yes partial fraction is the way.

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    hw to make the work less tedous seems a lot of wrk is needed

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    Oo .. I found and error.

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    ?

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    wolfram is the smartest http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=partial+fractions+%283x%2B1%29%2F%28%28x-1%29%5E3%28x%2B1%29%29

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    how to make the work less tedious: use linear lagebra

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    linear algebra lol

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    :P

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    if you can use Cramer's rule for large systems that is one way, but I don't suppose you've studied that yet

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    in cases like this it is annoying because you can't just put certain values of x to find the coefficients

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