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deepthiakella1

  • 2 years ago

find the indefinite integral of (x^2+2x-6)/x^4

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  1. dan815
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  5. dan815
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    u understand??

  6. dan815
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    are u having trouble with integrating functions with negative exponent or something?

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  8. deepthiakella1
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    i thought it was u substitution

  9. dan815
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    no u can break it in to 3 pars so

  10. deepthiakella1
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    i didnt know you can do that to find the indef. integral

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