how do i integrate the problem: \int (x^2+2x+1)/(2x+3) dx I'm so stuck on this Thank You
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Originally Posted by larryboi7 how do i integrate the problem: \int (x^2+2x+1)/(2x+3) dx I'm so stuck on this Thank You Do the long division.
Hello, larryboi7! Note that the numerator is a quadratic, the denominator is linear. . . The fraction is "improper". Use long division: . The integral becomes: . And you can finish it, right?
thank you so much that really helped me
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