# SOLVED: Evaluate the integral. Expand the quotient by partial fractions: (x^2 + 9x + 13x + 42) / (x^2 + 9x + 13x + 42) (Simplify your answer) âˆ«(8x * ln(5x)) dx = Express the integrand as a sum of pa

How to find the integral using long division and natural logarithms
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Evaluate the integral.
Expand the quotient by partial fractions:
(x^2 + 9x + 13x + 42) / (x^2 + 9x + 13x + 42) (Simplify your answer)
âˆ«(8x * ln(5x)) dx =
Express the integrand as a sum of partial fractions and evaluate the integrals:
âˆ«(x+3) dx / (2x^3 – 8x)
Rewrite the integrand as the sum of partial fractions:
âˆ«(x+3) dx / (2x^3 – 8x)

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