If you integrate by parts once, then integrate by parts with the reverse substitution, it is sure you won't get to the answer
After the first integration by parts, you have :
Can you do it ?
I have run into a brick wall that is driving me insane (see following picture: )
It seems simple, yet I'm not getting the answer in the book, but rather I'm looping through the Integration By Parts method over and over again.
and from there I integrate by partial fractions:
then I get:
I might be wrong, but it seems like an endless loop to me
Could anyone help me out?