For some reason I just have a problem with these types of integrals..if someone could show me how to do one it would save me a lot of headaches..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1) x+2/(x^2-4) from 0 to 1

This just simplifies to 1/(x-2) so this should be ln(1-2)-ln(0-2)=ln(-1)-ln(-2)?

2) x/x+1, x/x^2+2...Do you use by parts? I cannot get any of these right where its of this nature..thanks so much

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# Problem with these types of integrals

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