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I'm v rusty on my integration so was wondering could anyone give me some guidance on how to find the solution to the following integral

integral (1/x^2+80x+1600)dx between the limits x=80 and x=0

Any help is much appreciated!

Regards

Daniel

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# Integrate 1/x^2+80x+1600

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