## How to solve this equation S= integrate(​(1-2*x).^2​)./((x-x.^​2).^2)) dt

### Avan Al-Saffar (view profile)

on 25 Sep 2014
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### Alberto (view profile)

on 25 Sep 2014
I want to solve this integration for time where t= 0:1

Alberto

### Alberto (view profile)

on 25 Sep 2014
By the way, you should check the variables in your function, and the integration variable. I assumed dt really meant dx to you.

### Alberto (view profile)

on 25 Sep 2014

This is how you should try:
syms x
f=((1-2*x).^2)/( (x-x.^2).^2 )
int(f)
ans =
2*log(x - 1) - 2*log(x) + (2*x - 1)/(- x^2 + x)
int(f,0,1)
ans =
Inf

Avan Al-Saffar

### Avan Al-Saffar (view profile)

on 25 Sep 2014
Dear Alberto
Many thanks but I want to ask you if you noticed that I want to integrate for (t) not for (x) !
Alberto

### Alberto (view profile)

on 25 Sep 2014
I've notices, i just thought it was a typo. Do this then:
syms x t
f=((1-2*x).^2)/( (x-x.^2).^2 )
int(f,t,0,1)
ans =
(2*x - 1)^2/(x - x^2)^2