Intergrate with respect to

My attempt : =

i am having doubts if it is really so simple, i guess i am wrong and am here to clarify

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- Jun 2nd 2010, 01:44 AMPunchIntegrating
Intergrate with respect to

My attempt : =

i am having doubts if it is really so simple, i guess i am wrong and am here to clarify - Jun 2nd 2010, 01:47 AMpickslides
Have you seen partial fractions before?

- Jun 2nd 2010, 03:19 AMHallsofIvy
No need for partial fractions (writing this as "partial fractions" would require and you would find that A= 0, B= 1. In other words, you get back exactly what you had.)

Instead, let u= x+ 2. Then your integral is - Jun 2nd 2010, 05:13 AMPunch
does this means i do not use ln rule to integrate but rather use normal power rule to intergrate?

- Jun 2nd 2010, 12:57 PMharish21