Hi I'm trying to solve this Partial Fraction Question: I have found A,B, and C. I just cannot get the correct answer. Answer:
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Originally Posted by killasnake Hi I'm trying to solve this Partial Fraction Question: I have found A,B, and C. I just cannot get the correct answer. Answer: what were your partial fractions. you do realize that ?
My Partial Fractions is Then I plugged in the variables and solved for A,B and C A,B and C are correct but I cannot get the final correct answer after getting A,B and C
Originally Posted by killasnake My Partial Fractions is Then I plugged in the variables and solved for A,B and C A,B and C are correct but I cannot get the final correct answer after getting A,B and C that is correct. (why not write A as -3 though?) so now you want to find: the first is an arctan integral , the second is a natural log integral. which are you having trouble with?
Well, I solved both intergrals and I believe they are correct. I am just getting frustrated that I am getting the wrong answer. Integral to Solve: Solved Integral:
Originally Posted by killasnake Well, I solved both intergrals and I believe they are correct. I am just getting frustrated that I am getting the wrong answer. Integral to Solve: Solved Integral: well, that's right. all's well that ends well
Well at least i know i got the right answer. Thank you so much Jhevon!
(No partial fractions foundation.)
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