This is my first post, hopefully it works. I missed a day of school and I have a test tomorrow; I've been working on some review but just forgot how to do this type of problem so hopefully someone can help:
take the integral:
(e^4x - e^2x + 1) / (e^x)
Thanks for the help and sorry I don't know how to use the codes to make it without carrots etc...
You can split up fractions by the terms in the numerator (that is what TheEmptySet did). You cannot do the same with the denominator, but you may still be able to rewrite such a fraction using polynomial long division or partial fraction decomposition (which your course might not have covered yet).