[tex] \frac{e^{2x}}{e^{2x}+{3e^x}+2} [/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I tried factoring the bottom to ([tex]{e^x+2}[/tex])([tex]{e^x+1}[/tex]) and using PFDs

and I've also tried [tex] u=2x [/tex] and [tex] u=e^x [/tex]

We haven't covered e operations in class and th book gives no examples. I assumed it would just be simple enough to do (A + B)e^x.

The book's answer is [tex] ln \frac{({e^x}+2)^2}{e^x+1} [/tex]

I've filled up six pages with this problem, and i'm so close. is there something I'm forgetting from back in the day?

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# Integration of e powers

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