Start  sorry i wasnt here friday
so uhh i guess last time we did some partial fractions
but maybe not enough is that right?
alright so let me just do a couple of examples. so the situation is where we have something we have something like 
0:35  something like this
oh no this ones easy isnt it?
oh well say we have something like this anyway umm yeah that was a stupid one oh well. if we have something like this then what do we do? 
1:16  you get something like the integral of.. 
1:50  okay so lets do that.
oh no lets add a c. 
2:10  most of the people liked this option.
something like 75%. and then this is number 2 not too many people liked this one. in fact all of them work. its just that if you do the substitution 
2:31  so lets do the substitution first
so here if i make the substitution
obviously i want to let u=x^21. i dont know if thats obvious to you but thats completely obvious to me.
and then du is 2x dx and i almost have an x dx sitting around there. i have that 3 
3:02  but so what?
so if i do that then i have x3/x^21 dx is...so then this will be i put this part and i have the 3 left over. so actually let me leave that in. 
3:30  so i have that.
and now this i can do easily with this substitution so this is 1/2 u cause an x dx is a 1/2 du. so i have a 1/2 du on the top and a u on the bottom and then here umm. 
4:04  well i guess this does matter right?
because now here i have to do do this 3/x^21 this is not 1. i mean now i can make a trig substitution i suppose. but i dont want to do this. to do this 1/x^21 i have to make this substitution of sec^2 
4:30  i dont know, this is ugly.
is this ugly? right? this i would have to do by a trig substitution. so i dont really wanna go there. is this ugly or am i just asleep? its ugly right? so i make a secant and i get a sec^2 
5:01  integral of
well thats cos^2 then i have to do 1/2cos
yeah?
here? no..no. so if i do 3/u then i have left over i need an x. so i need some x here. to change du/dx this would be 3/....du/2x. 
5:39  thats not so good.
so i cant just plug in the u. because i have to deal with the dx. so this i would just leave and now im kind of stuck i mean here if you have this you can do this 
6:00  so i can use a trig substitution thats sec^2
uhh x
and now i get the integral of the cos^2
and then i turn that integral into 1/cos^2 with a half angle formula
it works
but actually maybe i shouldnt be sad
this is sweat.

6:33  soo
anyway you can do it
and itll eventually get there
but its not the most efficient math.
soo formally the correct answer is either A or B and C together and depending on how much of a masochist you are it either doesnt matter or it does. it matters in the sense that youre going to kill yourself 
7:00  or do something thats relatively easy.
so lets do it the easy way now so the way that most of you want to do is we just use partial fractions. so to remind you i just need to solve a little algebra problem A/x+1 + B /x+1 equals... x3/(x+1)(x1). 
7:32  so i want to solve this little algebra problem and figure out what A and B are
and i can either do this
by cross multiplying and getting 2 equations
yeah let me do that. so this is the same thing
as if
A(x+1) + B(x1)=x3.

8:02  right? cause if i find a common denominator and blah blah blah i get that.
and now here i can either say alright looking at this A+B has to equal 1 because the coefficients match. so im going to do this 2 ways. so im going to do it both ways, you choose which way you like. theyre the same to me. 
8:30  so either i could say alright if i
clean this out i have
Ax
+ A but im going to not worry about that
im going to leave the x off of that. A + B
has to equal 1 because the powersthe coefficients of x
A+ B have to match.
and then the coefficients of the constants AB have to = 3. 
9:02  so this is from the x
and now i solve..thats a 3?
funny looking 3. and now i solve those simultaneously. so if i add those things together i get that 2A = 2. and so A 
9:32  = 1.
and since A+B is 1 that means B is 2. so thats 1 way i can do it. the equivalent way i can do it is i can look at this equation and i can say okay this equation has to be true for all x's. so in particular this equation has to be true 
10:00  this equation has to be true when x is 1.
if x is 1 then this is 0 and its gone and its out of my face. so that means that A(1+1) so thats 2A = 13. and so that means 
10:30  again A is 1.
cause 2A has to = 2. and if x=1 which kills this piece then i have here 2B = 13 4 so that means B is 2. 
11:00  these are the same
just done in a slightly different way.
i mean whats making them work is exactly the same facts which is that this equation has to hold for all values of x. so either you can equate coefficients or you can pick suitable values of x and whichever one makes you happy is fine. theyre really the same. alright so in both cases 
11:33  in both cases we wind up with something fairly easy.
so that tells me that A is 1 and B is 2. that means that the integral x3 dx over (x+1)(x1) is the same thing as the integral of 
12:01  dx/x1
+ the integral
of 2dx
over x+1
and this is really easy.
right? so this is look at it if i make the substitution u=x1 then i get 1/u this is ln 
12:31  of x1
and here i make the substitution u=x+1 so i get 1/u
so this is +2
ln x+1.
so these are really easy once you get the hang of them. the hard part so the hard part with partial fractions actually as in most calculus is not the calculus but the algebra. 
13:02  but this is pretty straightforward.
any questions on this at all? then why did you make me do it? okay soo then lets just go on. umm let me do another one. so unfortunately i think this is what you get at he end of the class what she told me confused you all umm maybe all the factors are not linear. 
13:31  maybe i have
a power on the top or the bottom. or something like that.
and i cant factor it into linear factors cause i cant always factor everything into linear factors. so the problem here is well let me just do an example still. so say i have the integral of 3x^2x...gotta work these out in advance 
14:04  +5
over (x2)^2
+1
and theres a dx here somewhere.
and again it should be pretty obvious that what i really want to do here is partial fractions because umm 
14:36  so now i want to be able to split this up.
the problem is so let me actually move over to the next board. so i have this problem 3x^2=x+5 (x2)^2(x+1) 
15:00  and i want this to be equal to something
over (x2)^2
+
im going to skip B
over x+1
but this wont actually work.
because im going to be missing an x. this only gives me a linear term in x and it doesnt give equal choice on the x term. an equal choice on the constant term. the constant term and the x term are related by that. 
15:34  so i need
a slightly
more complicated numerator here.
so that i have the full freedom to vary the coefficient of x. well this is really the coefficient of x^2 and the coefficient of x. because when i cross multiply this one gets a quadratic term this one gets a linear term and loses out. on the freedom. i need 3 
16:00  things to vary.
because i have a quadratic polynomial or a cubic one so i need 3 degrees of freedom. the general rule is or atleast some people say it slightly differently when you take your factors you always put the numerator so the numerator is always a polynomial 
16:34  1 degree lower
than the denominator
and then maybe i split this up.
those of you that may have seen this before or the way they describe it in the book they say okay take A/(x2)^2 + B/x2 
17:00  + c/x+1
those are the same just slightly different choices of A B and C.
the advantage of doing this is this unifies the 2 second cases. any questions on that at all? yeah? student: does it matter which letter is assigned the x value? no. would you like to make this be a B and this be a theta? it doesnt matter. now you cant read it so thats probably a bad idea. 
17:34  the letter
we can put
smiley face here
and a star here.
it doesnt matter because its just a place holder. so use whatever letter you want. but then once you start be consistent. you understand? so what matters is that the thing on top of the quadratic term 
18:00  is a linear
polynomial. and the thing on top of the linear term
is a constant.
should i leave the smiley face and star? yeah. okay if you like smiley face and star we'll keep it alright so now we can use the same trick you just cross multiply and come up with something. so when we cross multiply we're going to get smiley face x + star 
18:32  times x+1
+c
times (x2)^2
and that has to equal that 3
x^2x+5.
and so now we need to figure out what smiley face star and c are. and again we can use either method. 
19:01  lets just equate coefficients this time. so if i equate cowell...
yeah lets equate coefficients.
cause otherwise i'll have to choose 2 values for x. so here if i multiply this junk out i get smiley face x^2 plus uhh smiley face plus star. 
19:32  x.
+ star plus so im just distributing this. is it confusing cause im not using actual letters? you could no ahhh ughhhhh! ok sorry. umm and then here i have to square this out. so this squares out to be x^24x+4. 
20:01  and when i multiply that by c
get that. so this is
cx^24cx+4c
and that has to equal 3x^x+5.
and so from there 
20:31  now we can match
things. so
the x^2's
give me a 3
so i have
smiley
+c =3
and the x's
tell me that
smiley + star
4c =1.

21:07  and then from the units terms
i get a star
a +4c and spot.
and so now i have to solve these things all together. umm 
21:37  so if i add these together
so if i add these together
i get.. so adding
this one and this one will give me smiley face
+ 2 stars
=4.

22:02  and..
uhh did i make a mistake?
somebodys telling me i made a mistake. where? yeah you had a question. okay so lets go through this process again. i look at this equation here i cross multiply everything i get some long mess. 
22:30  now what has to be true
this is
whats in front of an x^2?
in front of an x^2 i have 1 smiley face i got a c and i have a 3. and this is whats in front of an x. in front of an x i have a smiley added to a star i have a 4c i have a 1. 
23:02  and this is
whats in front of a 1.
in front of the 1 here 1 has an x blah blah blah in front of the 1 here i have a star. and i have a 4c. and on this side i have a 5. so that gives me my 3 equations. and now i just want to say if i have 3 numbers that when i add up in this way i have 3 numbers and they have to satisfy these 3 equations. 
23:32  now i want to solve these 3 equations.
maybe i should do it the other way. if i do it the other way it'll help me see right away. so lets look at the other way so you could solve these 3 equations you'll probably get the same answer i will the other way. the other thing i could do is i could say this has to be true for all x's. if x is 1 
24:00  this mess here is 0.
x is 1 then i have spot smiley plus star times 0 plus c times (12)^2 = uhh some number 3 +1 +5. 
24:31  so this is gone
and so this is 9
so i get 9c
=
9 well thats good.
so that tells me right away that c is 1. now that i know what c is then i can go back and figure out what smiley and star have to be. if i take x to be 2 well that gives me a relationship between smiley and star so actually im going to mix these 2 methods. 
25:04  so i know that c is 1
which makes my life a whole lot easier cause i know that
smiley
smiley + 1 is 3
from this line here.
well since smiley + 1 is 3 that means smiley is 2. 
25:31  and since smiley is 2
and here
i know that c is 1
so star + 4c is 5
star
+ 4c
is 5
so that means that star
is 1.
so now mixing the 2 methods actually turned out to be the most efficient way. you can of course solve these by adding subtracting and mushing them around it works 
26:00  and you can of course
use this method
exclusively as well.
so let me finish this and then ill address that. so are we okay on this? 
26:33  so use whatever method works as long as its legal.
thats fine. im mixing the 2 methods theyre the same method so it doesnt matter. this all comes down to the fact that if 2 polynomials are equal they have to be equal at every x value and their coefficients have to be equal. if 2 things are equal they have to be equal so that means they have to be the same. so i can use their various aspects to identify them. if youre trying to identify your mother 
27:02  you can listen to her voice or look at her face
theyre the same.
theyre both ways of identifying who your mother is. okay soo anyway so we have this and so now this problem becomes easy somewhere. i guess it'll be easy over here. so that means that the integral of 3x^2 
27:30  x+5 dx over..whatever all that junk is (x2)^2(x+1) is the same thing as the integral smiley is 2 2x+1 over (x2)^2 dx 
28:00  and c is 1
dx
over x+1
and then this guy you can do by substitution
and this guy is the log
so we go and we stop there.
so let me just not do that. now let me come back to somebody over here. 
28:32  pink and the blue right?
so her comment about why dont i use d instead. because its the same. uhh let me use d on that board. so if you like if it makes you happy 
29:03  i could write this a different way i could say instead that 3x^2x+5 (x2)^2(x+1) is A/(x2)^2 
29:31  B/x2
C/x+1. i could do that too.
is that what you meant? no? forget it? so i can do this as well, its the same. because if i put these things together then my B will just be some combination of smileys and stars. right? because 
30:08  so A is the same as smiley
and B
is a smiley and a star which is B+A...B2A is a star.
sorry? oh yeah yeah. 
30:34  but its still the same thing morally. so
the A is the star
and i mean B is the smiley
and A2B is star.
so that doesnt matter. and if you want to put more stuff up here if you want to put D's and E's and Q's times x's and x^3's its fine but theyll all be 0's. 
31:00  so why bother?
so thatyeah? what else would it be? okay so if i tried to do x2 and x+2 then i wouldnt have a way of you mean you would like this one to be like that? 
31:32  is that what youre asking?
so this is a good question and its something that confuses people all the time. imagine that i did that so imagine that i wrote a well okay so lets do a simpler example. suppose i did that. suppose i wrote A/x2 + B/x2 
32:00  how can i get an x^2 out of that?
you cant. but that has to equal something with an x^2. right? cause i have an x^2 on the top. i cant get an x^2 out of that because when i cross multiply im going to have A(x2) + B(x2). theyre not going to get squared. 
32:30  so its not going to happen.
so i need to have something squared. so i could square this and then when i cross multiply the B will get the x^2 term. somehow im going to have to pick up the x^2 so the general situation is that whenver i have something 
33:00  over factors
whenver i break this down
the thing on top is always the polynomial of just 1 degree lower
of the thing on the bottom.
now sometimes you might have to like in this example actually you might have to split it up. because when i make my substitition its not going to quite work but i can split that up. 
33:37  so if i have the integral of
(x2)^3
times x
over i dont know, an x.
so i want to split this up. and im going to write this as A/(x2) cubed i can either write it as 3 things where i do a 2 a 3 a 1 
34:02  or i can just write it as 1 thing
like that.
and since i put an integral there ive got one right here. yeah? so okay i am solving by elimination yes 
34:31  so i can solve this by elimination
but i have extra information that i might as well use.
i dont like solving 3 equations and 3 unknowns because i combine this and i combine that and now i get 2 equations and 2 unknowns then i solve the 2 equations and 2 unknowns and then i go back and find the others its easy for me to figure out what c is not using this. so by looking at the equation here 
35:01  that if x is 1
this term is gone.
when the x is 1 this thing is 0. and then i have 3c 9c =9. so by the judicious choice of x i can make the equation simpler. 
35:39  im saying sometimes 1 method is faster than another.
so what i dont like to do is say always use this method because its always best. its not true. sometimes one methods better sometimes another methods better sometimes a mix of the 2 methods are better. there are 2 methods that are the same really 
36:01  they seem different
and they have a different feel and you use whichever works best at the time.
you can i can do this i can forget about the other method entirely. and just solve this by itself. so if youre confused by the other method forget about it. just solve the 3 equations and the 3 unknowns youll get the same answer i guarantee it. but its slow, it sucks. 
36:30  but youre welcome to do it.
this other method isnt going to work so well here because i can kill the x^22 by substituting x=2 but then im left with something involving both smiley and star so i need to make another choice that will not kill all 3 terms and put that together. so instead of doing that i mix these 2 methods. theyre all the same thing so you can do it. 
37:04  umm
okay other questions about this?
we will I mean it may seem like I mean this notion of partial fractions comes back outside of doing integrals; it still comes up in other areas. so let me stop with this guy. 
37:30  let me point out one other thing that will be more algebra so really today is an algebra class suppose that i have something like let me just do some integral The next one is x^34^2x+1 over x^21 
38:03  so let me forget about the integration part
so
suppose i want to do this
what should i do?
should i write this as .... 
38:36  so A yes
B no
i seem to have gotten a lot of people
so i mean ill stop there
unless you need more
wait, okay.
so by overwhelming majority you think this wont work. 
39:00  and youre right
why wont this work?
i cant get an x^3 so what do i do? i do what? i divide it. does come from the denominator i mean i cant start with partial fractions id do something first. 
39:33  so the problem
is that the power here is 3
and the power here is 2
right if you prefer i could write this as x^21
The power here is 3 and the power here is 2
partial fractions is not going to work
i have to clean it up a little first.
so this is the same thing 
40:06  and so what i have to do is reduce the power of the numerator.
so i want to get that down to being an x^2. or yeah soo i mean actually so i need to do division i need to say if i multiply the bottom by x ill get x^3 that i can subtract off 
40:30  so i have to
do long division here.
i dont have to do it exactly in this form but okay. guess ill leave room for x. and probably a lot of you forgot how to do long division with actual numbers. how many people remember how to do that? if i want to do like 15 and 20961 people remember how to do this from like 3rd grade? 
41:03  it works exactly the same.
so when im dividing 15 into 2096 i say okay well 1 goes into 2..2 times no thats too big so i use it 1 time so i put a 15 here i put 1 here i subtract and i say how many times does 15 go into 59 uhh 5 times no uhh 4 times no almost. 3 times and then i get 45 
41:30  3
i subtract
and i get a 14
6
and i say 15 into here
maybe 9
no
and so on and i just do this
9?
9..45..youre right. okay so 9 works and when i do 9 into here i get uhh 90 +45 is 135 
42:02  im already tired but
now its so close i should finish right?
so if i go 15 into here it goes 4 times..5 times.. 7? 7 is too big. 6. so if i do 6 then i get 60+30 is 90 7. 105 and i have a remainder of 6. 
42:31  im actually going to write it as a remainder of 6 rather than writing 6/15.
but if you prefer you can write it as 6/15 okay here the trick is exactly the same. i look at the x^2 i say how many times does it go into x^3? it goes in exactly x times and so if i whoops what am i doing? so it goes in x^2 goes into x^3 exactly x times 
43:03  and then x times x^21
is x^3
x.
and i subtract which is exactly what i did here 15 goes into 20 how many times? 1 time 1 times 15 is 15 then i subtract this part then i bring down whats left over. so here i subtract the x^3 is gone now 
43:31  when i subtract here a 4..4x^2
x
+1.
plus i subtracted the minus thank you. and i can do this one more time i can say how many times will this x^21 go into 4x^2 blah blah blah well x^2 goes into 4x^2 4 times so then i multiply back just like i did over there. 
44:01  4 times x^2 is 4x^2
if this term doesnt cancel you screwed up.
and then 4 times 1 is +4 4 and then again i subtract those guys cancel x0 is x and this guy i mean 14 is 3. 
44:30  so then
then this problem becomes
so that tells me
oh i guess i need the remainder. this is my remainder.
if i try to divide x^2+1 into this i will need to divide by x rather than multiply by x so that means that this process has showed me that 
45:01  that x^34x squared + 1 over (x+1)(x1) is the same thing as x4 + x3 over 
45:30  (x+1)(x1)
and so if im integrating that
so if i want to integrate this
then i integrate this
and i integrate this
this one i did already at the start of the class.
so i choose this on purpose to make sure it would come out so now i can do this by partial fractions. 
46:06  so i will not do this by partial fractions because i already did it.
right there. 
46:32  so if the..so for partial fractions to work
you need
the degree of the numerator to be 1 less
than the degree of the denominator.
because otherwise you cant pick up the extra term. so sometimes you have to rearrange a little. okay so umm let me finish this with uhh thats pretty much it for 
47:00  techniques of doing integration
so you now know as much as i do
about how to integrate
but now theres some other variations on them which we'll focus on in the next few classes.
