Wouldn't you use partial fractions for the problem:

integral of [(x+6) dx / x²(x+2)]

If so, would the partial fractions be:

(Ax+B)/x² + C/(x+2)

I guess not because I got this problem wrong....help?

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- October 24th 2010, 02:42 PMjanedoepartial fractions?
Wouldn't you use partial fractions for the problem:

integral of [(x+6) dx / x²(x+2)]

If so, would the partial fractions be:

(Ax+B)/x² + C/(x+2)

I guess not because I got this problem wrong....help? - October 24th 2010, 02:48 PMskeeter