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January 28th, 2013, 12:52 PM   #1
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Integrate rational fraction expression

Integrate


by using substitution


Please help, I didn't get anything good from trying myself
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Make the substition .
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by using substitution

[color=#FF0000]First the condition x>-1 is not correct since the function is not continuous at x=0 so that must be for x>0.[/color]

Let



So the integrand becomes :



Now can you perform long division ?
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