Using Partial Fractions to Evaluate the Definite Integral of an Algebraic Fraction Example One

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The first part of the mathematical solution explains how to express an algebraic fraction in partial fractions. The fraction used is a straight forward example solves by equating coefficients to obtain two simultaneous equations. The second part of the video uses the result of the first part of question in order to find the value of an integral between limits expressing the answer as a single logarithm.

Graphical calculator solution shows how a graphical calculator can be used to verify the solution. The steps show how to integrate a function between limits using the functions in the graphical calculator.

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