1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Evaluate: ∫1 to 4∫0 to y(2/(x^2+y^2))dxdy 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution So I know you have to spilt it up and do the dx integral first: ∫0-y(2/(x^2+y^2))dx Now this is where I don't know if I'm doing it right, I moved the 2 outside the integral and split up the fraction, so: 2(∫1/x^2dx+∫1/y^2dx) Now since I'm only dealing with dx I'll ignore the y for right now: ∫1/x^2= -1/x|0to y = -1/y So the new integral is: ∫-2/(y+y^2)dy Again move the two outside and split up the intgeral: -2(∫1/ydy-∫1/y^2dy) -2(lny+1/y^2)from 1 to 4 then it's just imputing numbers. So basically if you could tell me if I'm right about being able to split up the fraction like I do I'd very much appreciate it!