Antidifferentiation using partial fractions (Integration) part 6 - cubic and power of 4 denominators

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This is the sixth and final video in a series of videos on how to antidifferentiate (integrate) using partial fractions. In this final lesson we discuss a long and complicated problem where you have to use a new technique to break up a fraction with originally a cubic denominator but turned out to be a x to the power of 4 denominator. Had to use a graphics calculator to help with solving a 3 variable simultaneous equation. Enjoy the challenge!

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