Intergrate -x/(1-x^2)dx, i tried partial fractions but i didn't get a valid answer, Thanks for any help
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I would try a u-substitution:
Yep i've got the answer, -(1/2)ln(1-x^2). Thanks for the suggestion
You don't want the negative sign out front...
Hello, Saxby! I tried partial fractions but i didn't get a valid answer. .Must have made errors. We have: . Let Let We have: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hi guys , happy to see you here partial fractions can be made easier ,if we played a little trick
Hey there! Glad to see a familiar name! We could avoid the negative sign issue altogether by writing:
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