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Hi. I want to integrate x/(x^2 + ax + a^2)

I tried substitution with u=x^2 then du =2x but that didn't work out neither did the substitution x^2 + ax

I thought of factorizing the denominator and using partial fractions, but I think that's not the way, can't figure out the factorization.

Could someone please give me a hint how to integrate this.

I tried substitution with u=x^2 then du =2x but that didn't work out neither did the substitution x^2 + ax

I thought of factorizing the denominator and using partial fractions, but I think that's not the way, can't figure out the factorization.

Could someone please give me a hint how to integrate this.

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