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marmot

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## Homework Statement

I want to deal with this int((5+10y^4)dy/(y+2y^5))

## Homework Equations

integration, substitution, partial fractions?

## The Attempt at a Solution

I tried a bunch of random things. I think it hs to do with substitution because if I make u=y+2y^5, du/dy=1+10y^4 which is strikingly similar to the numerator, so there must be a cancellation. this integral is part of a dif equation, but i can't see to go past this! i know for sure this is the correct set up because i used my calculator to integrate and it solved the differential equation.