Can someone show me the steps to finding the integral of (x+1)/(x^2+2x) [ln(x^2+2x)] dx I'm not sure where to begin because I don't have any integration rules with the lnx
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Originally Posted by john-1 Can someone show me the steps to finding the integral of (x+1)/(x^2+2x) [ln(x^2+2x)] dx Do you mean 'show that' or 'find' ??
Originally Posted by pickslides Do you mean 'show that' or 'find' ?? the second one please
The second one, the first on is not so true... in second integral use integration by parts...
could you show me the steps please? I only have the answer with me in my text but no steps
Using the substitution , we have: Therefore .
Last edited by TheCoffeeMachine; August 5th 2010 at 03:42 AM.
TheCoffeeMachine, in your second step, why did you put (x^2 + 2x) / (x+1)? Where did that come from? mostly confused about 2nd step
If then He then subbed this into the integral for dx!
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