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1. how do u integrate this: 6x+11/(2x+3)(x+2) dx
2. You would use partial fractions to split the fraction into the form: A/(2x+3) + B/(x+2), and then integrate that.
3. (Original post by apaul322)
how do u integrate this: 6x+11/(2x+3)(x+2) dx
Split into partial fractions, and only then integrate.
4. partial fractions is da wae
5. Partial fractions would be a good start, as this is a quotient of two polynomials where the denominator factors nicely (in this case it's already factored).
6. Partial fractions method should work
So A/(2x+3) + B/(x+2)

And then you can integrate each term separately and +C
Hope it helps

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