y^2 + 3y
How do you find:Originally Posted by orange890
You resolve the integrand into partial fractions, which can then be integrated
With a bit of manipulation you will find:
You should now be able to find the integral yourself from this point.
Hey, I once had a Mechanics prof who would take 15 points off for missing a "-" sign. (Yes, it WAS out of a 100 point exam.) The bad news was that his lectures contained just those sorts of errors. (We were all happy to get B's in that class!)Originally Posted by TD!