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OpenStudy (anonymous):

could you explain how to find the integral of (x^3+x)/(x-1) with partial fractions???

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OpenStudy (lgbasallote):

are you sure you use partial fractions here? o.O

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yep

OpenStudy (anonymous):

∫(x^3+x)/(x-1) dx

OpenStudy (lgbasallote):

\[\large \int \frac{x^3+x}{x+1}dx\] right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

come on guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

do something :P

OpenStudy (anonymous):

that's not partial fractions...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

that's the way the exercise asks us to solve this

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