Suppose we have a partial fraction as follows:
Can we break that up into partial fractions like so:
Where A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L are all constants? Or does the whole numerator of the original equation have to be a constant?
How in the world would I go about integrating the following function?
It's actually the indefinite form of a definite integral taken from one of Mathstud's problems--but I didn't want to spam his thread by asking high-school-level questions.i doubt this integral has a closed-form solution. you can wait to see if Krizalid comes up with anything. or maybe Mathstud can show you how to use series to solve it
What do you mean "closed-form solution"?