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Ok, one of my homework problems for my calculus class is the following:
integral (0.5 to 1) [(x^2tan^-1(x) + 3x + 1)/ x^4 + x^2] dx
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I really don't know how exactly to solve it. I have never done any where the inverse tangent is on the numerator. Can I get some help?