Am I going about this the right way? I ask because when I use partial fractions, I am getting 2 different values for A.
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Originally Posted by symstar Am I going about this the right way? I ask because when I use partial fractions, I am getting 2 different values for A. you are ok so far so you must be making a mistake with the partial fractions part. what did you get?
Originally Posted by symstar Put and your integral becomes hence Things should be easy from there.
Originally Posted by Krizalid Put and your integral becomes hence Things should be easy from there. i know what you're thinking, symstar, "how does he do it?!"
So working with the partial fractions: You can see the 2 values for A at the bottom. What should I do?
Hello, symstar! I don't agree . . . Let: Substitute: . . . Partial Fractions: .
I'm not quite sure what exactly happened in this step, could you explain please?
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