Using Partial Fractions What is the first step when integrating ? Explain.
The first step to find the value of indefinite integral .
The provided integral is .
Consider the integral .
Degree of numerator is 3.
Degree of denominator is 1.
This is an improper function as the degree of numerator is greater than the denominator in the function.
The first step done to solve this integral is the long division of the numerator which is by the denominator , such that the degree of numerator becomes less than the degree of denominator:
On long division:
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