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can anyone tell me how the following will be integrated:

(where all letters except 'x' are constants)

x/(ax^3 + bx -c )

i tried to simplify the integral using partial fractions, but ended up with:

p/(x-q) + (rx +s)/(tx^2 + ux + v)

obviously, the first term is trivial, but how to integrate the second term. (the quadratic expression in the denominator does not have real roots)

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