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The integral of:....... (x-1)/x^4+6x^3+9x^2 , dx.........i factored out the bottom getting: x^2(x+3)(x+3).....so, my new integral is: (x-1)/x^2(x+3)^2...... now when i muiltlpy both sides by (x-1)/x^2(x+3)^2......i get............ x-1= A(x+3)^2 + Bx^2(x+3) + C x^2........for A i got -1/9....and C= -4/9......B iam not getting an answer for that....A,B,C are coefficients once finding them you plug them back into the second equation...that will give the final answer....need help....

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# Integrals of Rational Functions

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