I need to know how to evaluate higher order poles.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have the answer for the integral of this function

[tex]\frac{(1 + x^2)}{(1 + x^4)}[\tex]

from integrals.wolfram.com, but think it can be done using residues. I believe it involves taking a derivative and then multiplying by the pole? Can someone give me the simple download on what the math technique is... without all the high-dimensional mathematical proof... if you don't mind.

Thankis in advance!

-LD

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# Higher Order Poles

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