Interesting integral

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Is there any way of evaluating the following integral:

[tex]\int sin{(\frac{2x+3}{x^2+3x-2})} dx[/tex]

I have thought hard but cannot find an answer.

Obviously, the denominator is the differential of the numerator. But a function is being taken of this fraction...
 

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Is there any way of evaluating the following integral:
I doubt it.
Astudious said:
[tex]\int sin{(\frac{2x+3}{x^2+3x-2})} dx[/tex]

I have thought hard but cannot find an answer.

Obviously, the denominator is the differential of the numerator. But a function is being taken of this fraction...
No, the numerator (top) is the differential of the denominator (bottom).
 

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