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Integrate the following using partial fractions indefinite integral of (22−(6t2+11t))/((t+4)(t−1)(t−2))
the partial fraction form is (1/(t+4))+(1/(t1))(4/(t2))
the only problem i have is that i keep getting  ln(t1)4( ln(t2))ln(t+4)+C, but the program im using says it's wrong
 one year ago
 one year ago
Integrate the following using partial fractions indefinite integral of (22−(6t2+11t))/((t+4)(t−1)(t−2)) the partial fraction form is (1/(t+4))+(1/(t1))(4/(t2)) the only problem i have is that i keep getting  ln(t1)4( ln(t2))ln(t+4)+C, but the program im using says it's wrong
 one year ago
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zepdrixBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
\[\large \int\limits \frac{1}{t+4}+\frac{1}{t1}+\frac{4}{t2}\quad dt\] \[\large \ln(t+4)\ln(t1)4\ln(t2)+C\]Program says it's wrong? :( Hmmm it looks correct...
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I'll email my instructors then, thanks anyway :)
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