> Thanks. I just read your 1/(1+x^5) paper. > I can immediately follow the factorization. > I've done partial fractions before but not that complex. > I can't help thinking that if I needed the integral of that function I'd use > a numerical method.
How? Numerical methods are for definite integrals, aren't they?
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