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Homework Help: Calculus

Posted by Paul on Friday, August 10, 2012 at 2:02pm.

Evaluate the following definite integral:

integral at a = -1, b=2

-4dx/(9x^2+30x+25)

Would I have to separate them in 3 terms as:

-4 ∫1/9x^2 + ∫1/30x + ∫1/25

resulting in: -4/(3x^3)+ (15x^2)+ C?

and from there I can replace a and b

f(a) - f(b)?

Thank you

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