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As I do not know anyone fresh enough with Calculus, certainly this forum (that I just joined) is my best destination.
I studied calculus nearly ~20+ years ago. I nearly forgot everything...
Here is my problem
After a few manipulations the integrand I'm dealing with comes out as product of two functions which are (independently) the derivative of the denominator logarithm.
That means (being D=d/dx):
Dln(x+1) = [1/(x+1)]
Dln(x+2) = [1/(x+2)]
The integral I'm trying to resolve is:
(integral of) [1/(x+1)] * [1/(x+2)] dx
Iím now stuck because I cannot recall at all how to find the primitive, i.e. how to resolve the integral. I believe it should be resolved integrating by parts. Right?
Could someone please guide me through?