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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Have you seen partial fractions before?
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
does this means i do not use ln rule to integrate but rather use normal power rule to intergrate?
Originally Posted by Punch does this means i do not use ln rule to integrate but rather use normal power rule to intergrate? No, you do not need the ln rule. Yes, you need the power rule. does NOT mean that Follow what HallsofIvy has said in the above post.
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