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If $\Large \int \frac {dx}{(x+1)(x-2)} \normalsize = A\; log(x+1)+B\; log(x-2)+c,then $\[(a)\;A+B=0 \qquad (b)\;AB=- \qquad(c)AB=\frac{1}{9}\qquad(d)\;AB=-9\]

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