Calculus 2
posted by Nick on .
(x^3+2x^215x+1)/(x^2+2x15) from 0 to 7

I assume you want an integral?
First, do a simple long division to get
x + 1/(x^2+2x15)
= x + 1/8(x5) + 1/8(x+3)
Now it's simple, if you recall that
∫1/u du = ln u