Little help with this one? I can't quite see where its going.
∫2dx/(x^2-2x)
Thanks ya'll
Ah thank you, I used the partial fractions method (although I still lack confidence using that method, algebra was a big fail for me).
I ended up getting -ln|x| + ln|x-2|, I still need to evaluate this from 3 to ∞, I'm a little shaky regarding ∞ and natural log.
so it ends up being [-ln|∞| + ln|∞-2|] - [ln|3| + ln|3-2|]
the final answer is supposedly LN|3| according to my book, am I on the right track?