# Can some one show me how to do dy/dx?

What is the Integral of 1/((x+5)^2(x-1)) AND (x^3)/(x^2+1) ?

I only need some one to show me an example!

Thank to all !

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I know I need to use partial fractions but I am stuck on those two

Do you mean integral or derivative? Your topic title says derivative, but you say integral.

OH the Integral

The Integral Drive me Crazy!

Alright, I can't do the homework for you, so you are going to have to take a leap somewhere.

Just remember that you want to take some fraction and decompose it into two separate fractions, the reverse of simplification.

1/((x+5)(x+5)(x+1)) and other one no idea
This is not homework, just want to know how to do it!

<tex> 1 \overline {(x+5)(x+5)(x+1)} <\tex>

To do partial fractions for the second one the degree of the numerator has to be less than the degree of the denominator I believe... So divide first, then go from there.

Thanks Guys!