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You should be integrating  (x-2)^{-2}-1 \mathrm{\ from\ }-3\  to\  0 \mathrm{\ and\ from\ }3\  to\ 4 and adding them together. Note that both integrals should work out to be negative as the areas are below the x axis.
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