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There's this one problem that I'm having troubles with. I've tried using the decomposition method, but I've ended up getting a messy answer. If someone can give me tips or the solution to the problem, I'll appreciate it. Here's the problem: solve the integral of 1/ y^2-1 dx.

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# Partial Fractions

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