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## Homework Statement

I have to take an integral of [tex]x^3/(1+x^2)[/tex] from zero to 1.48766439...(I have the number).

## Homework Equations

None really.

## The Attempt at a Solution

Well, I tried and tried, and I could not find a single way to separate the top from the bottom. Also, I tried u substitution of both [tex]x^3[/tex] and [tex]1+x^2[/tex] but it never seemed to work out. I'm not sure if this would be good for integration of parts, since I believe that one must be able to be integrated multiple times, such as [tex]e^x[/tex], so any nudge in the right direction would help. I have the correct answer, I just would like to be able to know how to get to it. Thank you for your time.

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