I'm studying Integral Calculus on my own with the help of a book and videos around the net. I found this site http://justmathtutoring.com/ and notice that he use only some basic samples. Most of the question I found on my book uses only basic questions.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm wondering what if the problem is to integrate( (x-1)/4 ) or maybe integrate( ((x-2)(x-1))/(x-10) )... Differentiation is quite easy because there's what we call quotient rule but with integrals there are none.

So my question is, how can I integrate this? Am I in the lost track or maybe I really didn't understand the topic?

Another question by the way is with this bunch of ways to get the integration(ie. by substitution, by parts and etc). How do I know which one to use?\

Thank you very much

Sarah2529

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