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## Homework Statement

(2(x)^2)/((x+1)((x)^2+1)) from 0 to 1

The indefinite answer is (1/2)ln2+ln2-(pi/4)

How did it get to this answer?(3/2)ln2-(pi/4)

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(2(x)^2)/((x+1)((x)^2+1)) from 0 to 1

The indefinite answer is (1/2)ln2+ln2-(pi/4)

How did it get to this answer?(3/2)ln2-(pi/4)

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Use partial fractions to write the integrand as

[tex]\frac A {x+1}+\frac{Bx+C}{x^2+1}[/tex]

[tex]\frac A {x+1}+\frac{Bx+C}{x^2+1}[/tex]

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Use partial fractions to write the integrand as

[tex]\frac A {x+1}+\frac{Bx+C}{x^2+1}[/tex]

I did that.

I already have the solution. I'm just trying to figure out where the 3 came from.

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What do you mean the indefinite answer? Where are the x's?The indefinite answer is (1/2)ln2+ln2-(pi/4)

You will need to show us your work in how you got to your answer. You might have made an error in your work.

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