# Solved: Simple linear factors Evaluate the following ## Problem 10E Chapter 7.4

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Problem 10E

Simple linear factors

Evaluate the following integrals. Step-by-Step Solution:

Problem 10E

Step 1</p>

In this problem we have to evaluate Let us solve this by using Partial Fractions.

Let us first see about Partial Fractions.

When a proper rational expression is decomposed into a sum of two or more rational expressions, it is known as Partial Fractions.

Consider … (1)

Taking LCM in the right hand side we get, Since the denominators of both sides are same, we can equate the numerator. Put we get   Put we get   Step 2</p>

Thus (1) becomes, Thus   … (2)

Take Differentiating we get Thus (2) becomes .. (3)

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