1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1/ (x+8)(x^2+16) Find the integral 2. Relevant equations I keep getting this question wrong. Can someone check my steps? 3. The attempt at a solution I set it up as A/(x+8) + (Bx+C)/(x^2+16) So I did, A(x^2+16)+ (Bx+C)(x+8) and I did that and got A+b=0 8B+C=0 16A+8C=1 By algebra, I solved for A, B, and C and got A= 1/10 B= -1/10 C= 4/5 So I got 1/10ln(x+8) - 1/10∫x/(x^2+16) + 4/5∫1/(x^2+16) and solving that out, I get 1/10ln(x+8) -1/20ln(x^2+16) + 1/5arctan(x/4) which is not correct. Where did I go wrong? Thanks in advance.