From 0 to 1, integrate x/(x^2+4x+13). I never could understand partial fractions but I have got a few but this one is throwing me off.
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But In this example I dont use parcial fraction, in fact this integral is an arctan and a logarythm
complete the square on the second term and make the appropriate substitutions you should end up with this: second term, you should note, is a standard arctan Thus finally,
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