This calculus video tutorial focuses on the integration of rational functions that yield logarithmic functions such as natural logs. The techniques involve include integrating by substitution, long division, and splitting a fraction into multiple smaller fractions all of which will produce natural logarithms containing absolute value functions. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems with u-substitution of indefinite integrals & Antiderivatives generating natural log functions.
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