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    integration with partial fractions

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    did i do this right so far? the numbers are ugly usually meaning i did it wrong... i think i can reduce it some more too... but i didnt want to go thru the trouble if its already wrong... and im not really sure how id reduce it... im thinking that i might be able to use the property rln(a)=ln(a)^r
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalcGuy View Post
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    did i do this right so far? the numbers are ugly usually meaning i did it wrong... i think i can reduce it some more too... but i didnt want to go thru the trouble if its already wrong... and im not really sure how id reduce it... im thinking that i might be able to use the property rln(a)=ln(a)^r
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