Integration by partial fractions?by James2 Tags: factoring, integral, integration, polynomial, rational 

#1
Nov1412, 09:03 PM

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Whoa, this here is kicking me hard! Okay, so I've got everything pretty well down until... stuff like... [tex]\int \frac{3x + 32}{x^{2}16x + 64}dx[/tex]
So, I get how to factor the denominator, but then what? The above won't factor... Also, I read that if the degree of the numerator is higher than the denominator I gotta do polynomial long division... I need a review of polynomial long division; Lol. 



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Nov1512, 02:22 AM

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http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/C...rtialFrac.html 



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Nov1512, 05:26 AM

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x^216x+64=(x8)^2
3x+32=3(x8)+56 


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