Posted by White Group Mathematics on June 20, 2015 at 10:00 PM |

I am having problems trying to figure out a way to solve for the integral of 1/(1+x^4) ; attempted some form of substitution but it didn't work out. Could you advise on how to get started properly?

Student X

You can consider factorization of the quartic polynomial, followed by the employment of partial fractions to further break things down. Thereafter , it shouldn't be all that hard to continue the solving process.

Here's what I mean:

Hope this helps. Peace.

Best Regards,

Mr Koh

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