# Lesson Worksheet: Integration by Partial Fractions with Linear Factors Mathematics • Higher Education

In this worksheet, we will practice using partial fractions to evaluate integrals of rational functions with linear factors.

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Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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Q2:

Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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Q3:

Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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Q4:

Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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Q5:

Use partial fractions to find an analytic expression for the integral

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Q6:

Find so that and .

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Consider the function which is defined on .

Find an antiderivative of such that . What is ?

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Is it possible to find an antiderivative that satisfies , where ? If so, what is ?

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What you have found above seems to violate the result that says that any two antiderivatives must differ by a constant function, because is not a constant function. Why is there no contradiction?

• ABecause that result assumes that the domain is an interval
• BBecause is constant; it has the value 0 on and the value 1 on
• CBecause that result only holds sometimes; sometimes it fails
• DBecause neither nor is differentiable; that result only applies to differentiable functions
• EBecause that result requires additional conditions to the antiderivatives

Q8:

Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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Q9:

Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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Q10:

Use partial fractions to evaluate .

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