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i would start with \[\frac{x+2}{x^2+2x+5}+\frac{1}{x^2+2x+5}\] because the first one gives way to a simple \(u\) sub the second one is a pain though
\[\int\limits_{a}^{b} (x+3) * (x^2 + 2x +5)^-1 dx\]
i guess not that much of a pain complete the square, solution above
|dw:1354505437528:dw| u = x+1 ; a= 2 ?
the first one, let u be the denominator, then du will be x+2dx, so this is regular integrate(1/u)du
i would make the first numerator x+1, the second numerator is 2
okay ..
from the top pls.?
|dw:1354505864451:dw| ?
and the other one just like above but multiplied by 2 :D
for the second one? |dw:1354506253527:dw| kinda impossibele @hieuvo
its unclear to me :(
is that what you're confused ?
okay i get it now thanks! :)
you're welcome

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