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## Homework Statement

How can I integrate this? I already tried substitution u=x-1 and partial fractions.

∫[dx]/[(1-X^2)√((x^2)-3x+2)]

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How can I integrate this? I already tried substitution u=x-1 and partial fractions.

∫[dx]/[(1-X^2)√((x^2)-3x+2)]

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