# Calc

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Evaluate the integral (3x+4)/[(x^2+4)(3-x)]dx

a. (1/2)ln(x^2+4) + ln|3-x| + C
b. (1/2)arctan(x/2) + ln|3-x| + C
c. (1/2)arctan(x/2) - ln|3-x| + C
d. ln|(sqrt(x^2+4)/(3-x))| + C
e. None of the above

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