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# Explain why or why not Determine whether the | Ch 7.4 - 37E

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## Solution for problem 37E Chapter 7.4

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Problem 37E

Explain why or why not Determine whether the following statements are true and give an explanation or counterexample.a. To evaluate ,the first step is to find the partial fraction decomposition of the integrand.________________b. The easiest way to evaluate is with a partial fraction decomposition of the integrand.________________c. The rational function has an irreducible quadratic denominator.________________d. The rational function has an irreducible quadratic denominator.

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Problem 37ESolution:-Step1a. To evaluate ,the first step is to find the partial fraction decomposition of the integrand. This statement is false.Because first step is dividing numerator by denominator.Step2b. The easiest way to evaluate is with a partial fraction decomposition of the integrand. This statement is false.Because easiest way is to write the numerator as the derivative of denominator.Step3c. The rational function has an irreducible quadratic denominator. This statement is false.Becausef(x)=Step4d. The rational function has an irreducible quadratic denominator. This statement is True.

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