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\[\int\limits_{}^{}\frac{ 2x^4-4x^3+13x^2-6x+10 }{ (x-2)(x^2-2x+5)^2 }dx\]

jus divide the numerator by x-2

Why though? I have no reason to do long division.

it is jus to simplify the question

Hmm Okay... Let me see...

Yep. it simplifies, reducing your amount of work.

ok, maybe not. I really need a break. Making too many mistakes today. See you all later.

Erm... THat doesent help O_o . I get:
\[2x^3+13x+20 +\frac{ 50 }{ 2x^3+13x+20 }\]

no it doesn't simplify but it has been cooked so that the partial fractions are nice integers

yeah ^ he's right

Ohh they are nice and all but even evaluating the damn partial fractions takes forever.

The first term is fine. It's the other two that take forever to integrate.

Wolfram made I think... 9 substitutions. I refuse to do that.

@satellite73 D:
blasphemy, integration is an art form!

art who?

I mean I got the correct answer. But isn't there an easier way to do this?

nope
you can see that by how annoying your answer is

Damn it. Thanks anyways guys :)

haha, true that. PF is just plain annoying