I would like some help with this problem:
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There's always partial fraction decomposition. Can't think of a shorter way atm .. maybe Krizalid can think of something!
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Originally Posted by o_O There's always partial fraction decomposition. Can't think of a shorter way atm .. maybe Krizalid can think of something! I understand the procedure of adding those extra terms but I was wondering if you could explain the calculations that you have done between that step and the next one? Thanks!
Completing the square in the bottom of the 2nd fraction:
Now multiply the in and you'll get what I had earlier. Use a simple sub for the first one and a trig sub for the other.
Thanks, I hope you are not still angry lol
Oh don't mind the emoticon. I accidentally pressed it
Originally Posted by o_O
maybe Krizalid can think of something! There's nothing to tell.
That's the standard solution.
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