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Degree: Mathematics (Masters) - Oxford, Exeter College University

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Hi, I’m George. I am a first year mathematics student at Exeter College, Oxford. My passion for problem solving is what first drew me to mathematics and teaching. If you are on this website you have a problem and I would love to help you fix it.

I have experience tutoring young people of all ages in the past, from 11+ tutoring for primary school children to helping students with their Further Maths A-Level.

I have worked as a facilitator at educational camps both in the UK and Slovakia. I also have experience as a private tutor of mathematics and physics.

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Given that (2x + 11 )/(2x + 1)(x + 3) ≡ A /(2x + 1) + B /(x + 3) , find the values of the constants A and B. Hence show that the integral from 0 to 2 (2x + 11)/ (2x + 1)(x + 3) dx = ln 15.

First starting from the right hand side.  A /(2x + 1) + B /(x + 3) = A(x+3)+B(2x+1)/(x+3)(2x+1) Therefore the numerator = (A+2B)x+(3A+B) Equating this numorator with the Left hand side we are presented with the two simultaneous equations A+2B=2, 3A+B=11 yielding solutions of B=-1, A=4 by eli...

First starting from the right hand side.

 A /(2x + 1) + B /(x + 3) = A(x+3)+B(2x+1)/(x+3)(2x+1)

Therefore the numerator = (A+2B)x+(3A+B)

Equating this numorator with the Left hand side we are presented with the two simultaneous equations A+2B=2, 3A+B=11 yielding solutions of B=-1, A=4 by elimination of A

 Hence the integral from 0 to 2  (2x + 11)/ (2x + 1)(x + 3) dx =  integral from 0 to 2 of 4/(2x+1) - 1/(x+3) dx

=[2ln(2x+1) - ln(x+3)] from 0 to 2

= [(2ln5-ln5)-(2ln1-ln3)]

=ln(5)-ln(1/3)

=ln(15)

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