Answer to Question #32992 in Integral Calculus for Aaron Okievs
b. e^3x/3 (x^2-2x/3+2/9)+c - yes* (let me know if this is correct)
c. e^3x/3 (x-2x/3+2/9)+c
d. e^3x/3 (x^2-2x/3+2/7)+c
To find this integral you need to perform integration by partial fractions twice.
To learn about integration by partial fractions please watch our video coveting that topic:
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