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    Integral Help

    Could you please help me with this integral?

    (5x+1)dx:[(2x^2)+(2x)+1][1+(x^2)]^3

    I'd love to see the whole process. Thanks!
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    Re: Integral Help

    I'd love to see the whole process. Thanks!
    teach you how to fishing is better than giving you a fish
    show some work in addition are you asking about

    \int 5x+1 \; dx \cdot (2x^2 + 2x +1 )(1+x^2)^3

    or

    \int (5x+1)(2x^2 + 2x +1 )(1+x^2)^3 \; dx

    or

    (5x+1)\int (2x^2 + 2x +1 )(1+x^2)^3 \; dx
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    Re: Integral Help

    Maybe the integral is:
    \int \frac{(5x+1)dx}{(2x^2+2x+1)\cdot (1+x^2)^3}

    which you can solve by using partial fractions.
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