I'm not sure about something - should my u be or ? And do I use the general power rule after the substitution?
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I believe you maybe able to do this using the partial fractions method rather than substitution.
I'd rather stick to the substitution rule if that's possible. I haven't learned about partial fractions method yet.
Originally Posted by Archduke01 I'm not sure about something - should my u be or ? And do I use the general power rule after the substitution? Try
I don't quite understand, sorry.
hmmmm I can't explain my reasoning but as you know the top is two times the derivative of the bottom you can say 2ln(x^2+10x+26).
Originally Posted by Fermatwannabe hmmmm I can't explain my reasoning but as you know the top is two times the derivative of the bottom you can say 2ln(x^2+10x+26). Alright thanks, I solved it.
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