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    integration by partial fractions


    Does anyone know how to start the above integral using the partial fraction method?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdlegendary View Post

    Does anyone know how to start the above integral using the partial fraction method?
    Factor the bottom into (x+1)(x-1) and use this to do your decomposition, then integrate.
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    Ahh thanks. I see where I made my mistake. For some reason I thought the factor of (x^2)-1 was x(x-1).
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