Calc Help Please

Evaluate the integral.

integral 1/((x-2)(x+2))
Note: Use an upper-case "C" for the constant of integration.

I keep getting 1/4[log(2-x)-log(x+2)]+C and the system is saying its wrong... Please help!

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  1. I got
    (1/4) (ln(x-2) - ln(x+2) ) + c

    how did your x-2 from the original denominator turn into 2-x)
    I used partial fractions

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  2. Ty

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