Hello,

=

and

I'm having trouble solving and . Is there a method for determining them? Or should I be approaching the problem differently altogether?

Thanks for your consideration,

Austin Martin

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- Jun 23rd 2008, 07:20 AMauslmarAnother Integration by Partial Fractions
Hello,

=

and

I'm having trouble solving and . Is there a method for determining them? Or should I be approaching the problem differently altogether?

Thanks for your consideration,

Austin Martin - Jun 23rd 2008, 07:39 AMTheEmptySet
Since the degree of the numberator and the denominator are the same you need to use long division before partial fractions!

Remember that if the degree of the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator ALWAYS use long division.

I don't know how to write out long division with LaTex but

Now we can use partial fractions on

Good luck (Clapping) - Jun 23rd 2008, 08:55 AMauslmar