Could I just get pointed in the right direction for this integral please. Indefinate integral of 14n/n-14 dn
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Originally Posted by JDG1317 Could I just get pointed in the right direction for this integral please. Indefinate integral of 14n/n-14 dn $\displaystyle \frac{14n}{n - 14} = 14 \left( \frac{n}{n - 14} \right) = 14 \left( \frac{[n - 14] + 14}{n - 14} \right) = 14 \left( 1 + \frac{14}{n - 14} \right)$
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