# Long Partial Fractions Problem - Repeated Irreducible Quadratic Factors

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Long Partial Fractions Problem - Repeated Irreducible Quadratic Factors, Part 1
In this video, I work out a long partial fractions problem that has a linear factor and a repeated irreducible quadratic factor. In this video, I find the partial fraction decomposition (the algebra). In part 2, I actually integrate the function.
Long Partial Fractions Problem - Repeated Irreducible Quadratic Factors, Part 2.
In this video, I finish out the integration of the partial fraction decomposition by using u-substitutions and a trigonometric substitution.

Partial Fraction Decomposition
This video shows a partial fraction decomposition where the denominator factors as a product of LINEAR factors.
Partial Fraction Decomposition - Example 2 This video shows a partial fraction decomposition where the denominator factors as a product of LINEAR and QUADRATIC factors.

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