How do integrate 1/(4-11x^2)^2 ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It looks like partial fractions, but how do I do it when there is (a+bx^2)^2?

I know it is something like

1/(4-11x^2)^2 = Ax + b / (4-11x^2)^2

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# How do int. 1/(4-11x^2)^2 ?

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