Use partial fractions to evaluate the integral.

1. ∫(s cubed)ds / (s squared + 4)

2. ∫(5x squared) dx / (x squared + x + 1)

Thanks for any help!

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- Jan 21st 2007, 04:42 AMturtlepartial fractions
Use partial fractions to evaluate the integral.

1. ∫(s cubed)ds / (s squared + 4)

2. ∫(5x squared) dx / (x squared + x + 1)

Thanks for any help! - Jan 21st 2007, 04:49 AMgalactus
Since the power of the numerator is greater than or equal to the power of the denominator, you must long divide first.